The Final Hour
Tropical depression hits Gulf of Mexico, could drench Florida; 2nd storm nears North Carolina
A tropical depression that formed in the Florida Straits was moving into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico early Monday and the U.S. National Hurricane Center said it could soon become a tropical storm.
The depression's maximum sustained winds were near 35 mph with some strengthening expected during the next two days. Forecasters said it could become a tropical storm later in the day or overnight.
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