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Tropical Storm Barry nears New Orleans, raising flood threat

Reuters Thursday, 11 July 2019
Nervous New Orleans residents prepared to flee as Tropical Storm Barry closed in on Thursday, with forecasts of "extreme rain" and more flooding ahead of the storm's predicted landfall early on Saturday as the first Atlantic hurricane of 2019.
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Tropical Storm Barry is closing in on New Orleans. Reuters reports the storm is predicted to make landfall early Saturday morning. Officials are predicting extreme rain and flooding for the area with the brunt of the storm expected to skirt the western edge of New Orleans. Barry converged in the...

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