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Tropical Storm Barry: Hurricane strength likely when storm hits land; Mississippi River surge downgraded

FOXNews.com Saturday, 13 July 2019
Tropical Storm Barry is expected to reach hurricane strength before it makes landfall early Saturday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
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News video: Alligator Spotted in Mississippi Floodwaters as Tropical Storm Barry Nears

Alligator Spotted in Mississippi Floodwaters as Tropical Storm Barry Nears 00:45

An alligator was spotted on a flooded coastal road in Waveland, Mississippi, on Friday, July 12, as Tropical Storm Barry brought storm surges and flooding to the Gulf Coast. The storm was expected to make landfall as a hurricane on Saturday morning, according to local media. The National Hurricane...

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