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New Orleans braces as Tropical Storm Barry forms; Storm expected to hit Louisiana as a hurricane Saturday

Delawareonline Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
The weather disturbance in the Gulf is expected to strengthen into Tropical Storm Barry by nightfall and hit as a hurricane Saturday.
 
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Tropical Storm Barry has formed in the northern Gulf of Mexico and is expected to strengthen into a hurricane this weekend and hit Louisiana.

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