Hurricane Ingrid to make landfall Monday morning

Hurricane Ingrid is expected to make landfall early Monday morning just north of Tampico with little change in strength.

After moving inland, the hurricane is expected to quickly weaken to tropical storm status and bend to the west-southwest.

Ingrid currently has sustained wind speeds of 75 mph and is moving to the west-northwest at about 5 mph.

A Coastal Flood Warning and a High Surf Warning are in effect for Cameron, Willacy and Kenedy counties until Monday evening.

High swells and some flooding of beaches are possible.

Rain showers are expected to persist overnight and Monday.

Expected rainfall amounts tonight are 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch and 1-2 inches throughout Monday.

Showers remain in the forecast for the RGV the rest of the week.

Ingrid is expected to weaken to a post-tropical depresion Tuesday.

Stick with your 24/7 Weather team for additional information.