TAMPA, Fla. — The tropics are usually quite busy during this time of year, and that's no different this hurricane season.
As we continue to track Hurricane Humberto, we're also keeping an eye on the newly-formed Tropical Depression 10.
Tropical Depression 10, originally Invest 97-L, formed Tuesday morning in the central tropical Atlantic Ocean. It's moving west-northwest and is expected to approach the northern Leeward Islands through the end of the week.
Tropical Storm Imelda quickly developed and made landfall Tuesday on the Texas coast. This system is expected to produce locally heavy rainfall and possible flash flooding along portions of the central and upper Texas coastal areas later this week.
Hurricane Humberto is now a Category 3 storm with winds up to 115 mph.
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