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The storm can still cause flash floods and life-threatening mudslides. (Image: Weather.com screenshot)

(Bloomberg) – Tropical Storm Earl will continue to weaken as it crosses Belize after coming ashore early Thursday with drenching rains and hurricane-strength winds, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.

Earl was 90 miles (145 kilometers) west of Belize City with top winds of 65 miles per hour, down from 80 mph earlier, the Miami-based hurricane center said in an 8 a.m. advisory. The storm was moving west at 15 mph and is forecast skirt the southern edge of Mexico’s Bay of Campeche Friday as a depression, the weakest tropical system.

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