Updated 2 months ago by Meteorologist Melissa Nord
Ingrid has become the second hurricane of the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
Currently it has 75mph maximum sustained winds with a barometric pressure of 987mb. It's location is still just under 200 miles east of the Mexico shoreline. The forecast track takes it into eastern Mexico as a slightly stronger category one hurricane by Monday late morning, where it will then weaken and eventually dissipate. Ingrid will bring 10-15" of rainfall to a large part of eastern Mexico, with some isolated amounts 25" possible in the mountains. This will set up for life-threatening flash flooding and mud slides across those areas.