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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Darby now a tropical depression - soon to dissipate

The storm that was Hurricane Darby has now diminished to a tropical depression with winds below 30 MPH. Further reduction in windspeed is expected throughout the day and Darby will likely break apart completely by tomorrow.

The National Hurricane Center is no longer tracking this system but Tropical Storm Risk is still showing the projected track of this system. The remnants of Darby are heading for the Mexican coast just south of the city of Puerto Angel. Heavy rain may be experienced over the next day or so.


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