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US: Louisiana braces for first hurricane of the season

Al Jazeera Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Tropical Storm Barry could develop into a Category-1 hurricane as it makes landfall this week, bringing torrential rain.
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A Hurricane Could Hit the US Gulf Coast This Weekend A current system near the Florida Panhandle is expected to soon turn into Tropical Storm Barry. Barry would be the second storm on record this year once the Atlantic hurricane season began. According to the National Hurricane Center, Barry could...

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