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Tropical Depression Richard to Dissipate in Gulf of Mexico

Courtesy National Hurricane Center, Florida.

Tropical Depression Richard is expected to dissipate on October 27th 2010 at around 6pm according to forecasts at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida:

Tropical Depression Richard 0900 UTC Tuesday October 26th 2010.

There are no coastal watches or warnings in effect.

Tropical Depression centre located near 19.4N 92.5W at 26/0900Z
Position accurate within 20NM

Present movement toward the Northwest or 310 degrees at 9kt

Estimated minimum central pressure 1005 MB
Max sustained winds 25KT with gusts to 35kt.

Wind and seas vary greatly in each quadrant. Radii in nautical miles are the largest radii expected anywhere in that quadrant.

Forecast valid 26/1800Z 20.3N 93.6W…Post-trop/REMNT LOW
Max wind 20kt…Gusts 30KT.

Forecast valid 27/0600Z 21.9 94.W…Post-trop/REMNT LOW
Maz wind 20 KT…Gusts 30KT.

Forecast valid 27/1800Z…Dissipated

Tropical Depression Richard hit Belize on Sunday night before heading for Mexico. The storm is now offshore in the Gulf of Mexico.

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