MEXICO CITY (September 3, 2014) Tropical Storm Dolly was moving ashore Wednesday, soaking Mexico's Gulf coast, where authorities suspended school classes and readied shelters in anticipation of the storm.
Dolly moved onshore between Tampico and Cabo Rojo, radar data showed.
The storm’s primary threat is heavy rain, forecasters said.
Rainfall totals of as much as 15 inches are possible in some locations.
The heavy rain will likely cause flash flooding and mud slides in mountainous regions over the next several days.
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