In the Gulf of Mexico, Ingrid, the ninth named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, was drenching portions of eastern Mexico, the National Hurricane Center said Friday in its 4 p.m. CDT advisory.
Ingrid was about 50 miles east of Veracruz with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph.
Ingrid was stationary but was expected to develop a northward drift Saturday and remain very close to the coast during the next 48 hours.
A tropical storm warning was in effect for Coatzacoalcos to Cabo Rojo and a tropical storm watch was in effect for north of Cabo Rojo to La Pesca.
Ingrid was expected to produce 10 to 15 inches of rain across a large section of eastern Mexico, which could result in life-threatening flash floods and mudslides.
In the Pacific Ocean, Tropical Storm Manuel prompted storm warnings from Acapulco to Punta San Telmo.
Manuel was about 150 miles south-southwest of Zihuatanejo and 165 miles south of Lazaro Cardenas and moving west-northwest at 6 mph.
Maximum sustained winds were 40 mph, with higher gusts. The storm was expected to strengthen during the next 48 hours and gradually turn north-northwest, staying very near to the coast of southwestern Mexico.
Manuel was expected to produce 10-15 inches of rain that could cause life-threatening flash floods and mudslides.
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