Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Dolly Continues to Weaken Moving Inland

Hurricane Dolly continues to lose strength as it moves further inland after making landfall over extreme southern Texas earlier this afternoon. Maximum winds are now 85 mph. Dolly is moving northwest around 8 mph from a position about 50 miles north of Brownsville, TX. A gradual turn to a more westerly direction is expected, along with further weakening. Heavy rainfall amounts from 8 to 12 inches, with possible isolated amounts up to 20 inches, are forecast over south Texas and northeast Mexico.

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