Fernand becoming a storm of the past

Columbia (WACH/NHC) -- What was Tropical Storm Fernand continues to weaken as it moves inland over Central Mexico.

As of 5:00 p.m. the remnants of the storm continue to move west-northwest at 9 mph, and will bring heavy rain to places like Veracruz, Northern Puebla, Southern Tamaulipas, and Eastern San Luis Potosi Mexico.

Forecasted rain totals range from four to eight inches with isolated areas receiving well over ten inches.

The National Hurricane Center does not plan to issue anymore advisories on Fernand.

While they may not be any named storms in the Atlantic at this time, it is worth mentioning that September is the peak month of hurricane season. More specifically, September 10th is the climatological peak day of hurricane season.

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