Dorian no longer a tropical storm, Gil weakening
MIAMI, FL -- Forecasters say Tropical Storm Gil is quickly falling apart far out in the Pacific.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Sunday morning that Gil is 2185 miles (3516 kilometers) east-southeast of Hilo, Hawaii. It has maximum sustained winds of 40 mph (64 kph) and is moving west-southwest at 9 mph (14 kph).
Additional weakening is expected over the next couple of days.
Meanwhile, forecasters say a tropical depression is located 1245 miles (2003 kilometers) west-southwest of the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula. It has maximum sustained winds of 35 miles (56 kilometers) per hour.
No coastal watches or warnings are in effect for either system.
In the Atlantic, Dorian is no longer a tropical storm as it moves northeast off the Carolina coast.
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