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Tropical Depression May Become Gulf Hurricane

The National Weather Service has announced that TropicalDepression Five now circulating in the Lesser Antilles withsurface winds of 35 miles an hour is likely to become ahurricane over the weekend and is headed toward the Gulf ofMexico.

Because Gulf waters remain abnormally warm, the entrance ofany organized storm into the Gulf is potentially extremelydangerous and must be watched carefully.

Tropical Storm Debbie in the south Atlantic does not yetpose a threat to land and is passing over waters that arenot likely to allow it to develop into a severe storm. Atpresent, it doesn't appear that it is a threat to land.

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