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News video: Tropical Storm Barry forms in Gulf of Mexico, expected to strengthen into hurricane on Friday

Tropical Storm Barry forms in Gulf of Mexico, expected to strengthen into hurricane on Friday 02:17

The disturbance forming in the Gulf of Mexico strengthened into Tropical Storm Barry Thursday morning, slowly moving westward toward the Louisiana coast.

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