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With Over A Thousand Still Missing, Tropical Storm Warning Issued For Bahamas

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With Over A Thousand Still Missing, Tropical Storm Warning Issued For Bahamas

With Over A Thousand Still Missing, Tropical Storm Warning Issued For Bahamas

A tropical cyclone is forecast to move across the northwestern Bahamas in the coming days.

Reuters reports the storm could potentially bringing more rain and wind to islands already reeling from Hurricane Dorian.

The Miami-based U.S. National Hurricane Center issued the warning on Thursday.

The NHC says the system could become a tropical depression or storm before making landfall as early as Friday.

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