XALAPA, Mexico (AP) -- Mexico is bracing for a double dose of nature's fury.
Tropical Storm Manuel is heading for Mexico's southwest Pacific shoreline, while thousands on the country's Gulf rim are seeking shelter from approaching Hurricane Ingrid.
The storms bring the threat of heavy rains, dangerous flash floods and mudslides to both coasts.
Ingrid is the second hurricane of the Atlantic storm season.
Manuel is expected to produce 10 to 15 inches of rain over parts of the Mexican states of Oaxaca and Guerrero.**Click here for the Buresh Blog** ... Click ** here ** for "Talking the Tropics With Mike".