Sergio now a depression

Tropical Depression Sergio continued weakening as it drifted off the western coast of Mexico Monday.

BY HEATHER MOYER | BALTIMORE | November 20, 2006


Tropical Depression Sergio continued weakening as it drifted off the western coast of Mexico Monday. The once strong hurricane brought some rain to the region, but never made landfall.

Sergio formed early last week and strengthened quickly, but National Hurricane Center forecasters said it posed little threat to land. Sergio is now a Tropical Depression, with winds near 35 miles per hour.

It is drifting west out into the Pacific Ocean. Sergio is the tenth named storm of the Pacific Hurricane Season.


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