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Posted: Thursday, 12 September 2013 4:26PM

Trop. Depression #10 in Gulf, no threat to La.



Tropical Depression #10 has formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico, but is not expected to threaten the Louisiana area.

The depression could become Tropical Storm Ingrid before moving ashore in Mexico in a couple of days, according to forecasters.

Meanwhile, two other named tropical cyclones also are expect not to be a threat to the United States.

Hurricane Humberto has maximum sustained winds of 85 miles per hour, and Tropical Storm Gabrielle has winds of 40 miles per hour. 

Both Humberto and Gabrielle, well out to sea in the Atlantic, are expected to take a northward track that will keep it away from the mainland. 



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