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MIAMI – Forecasters predict a tropical system will bring heavy rainfall, storm surges and coastal flooding to the US Gulf Coast as early as Friday and all weekend. The ill-organized disruption occurred about 255 miles south of Morgan City, Louisiana, Friday morning. The US National Hurricane Center says the maximum sustained winds were about 35 miles per hour. A tropical storm warning applies to parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. The system is expected to produce up to 20 inches of rain on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula and up to 12 inches of rain over the weekend along the central US Gulf Coast. SENT: 305 words, photos, videos.

MISSISSIPPI (All Times Central)

MIAMI – Forecasters predict a tropical system will bring heavy rainfall, storm surges and coastal flooding to the US Gulf Coast as early as Friday and all weekend. The ill-organized disruption occurred about 255 miles south of Morgan City, Louisiana, Friday morning. The US National Hurricane Center says the maximum sustained winds were about 35 miles per hour. A tropical storm warning applies to parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. The system is expected to produce up to 20 inches of rain on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula and up to 12 inches of rain over the weekend along the central US Gulf Coast. SENT: 305 words, photos, videos.



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