A look at the current position and track of Tropical Depression 2 of the 2013 Atlantic Tropical Season.
The second Tropical Depression of the 2013 Atlantic Season is slowly moving towards parts of southern Mexico as of Wednesday morning.
The government of Mexico has issued Tropical Storm Warnings for parts of Southern Mexico early Wednesday Morning as Tropical Depression Two moves closer to parts of that country’s coastline.
As of the 4am Wednesday Advisory, T.D. Two was moving west-northwest at 9 miles per hour. Sustained winds in the storm were at 35 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 45 miles per hour reported.
At this time, forecasters with the National Hurricane Center expect the storm to become a Tropical Storm before landfall. If it does, it will be named Barry.
Heavy rains and winds are expected to parts of Mexico, but the storm should have no direct effects to any parts of the United States.