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Area of Concern - Tropical Storm Hermine: UPDATED 9/7 For Texas Flooding
      Mon Sep 06 2010 10:17 AM

Hermine located well south of Brownsville, Texas, and expected to move toward the Mexico/Texas border. The system could become a strong tropical storm before landfall and heavy rainfall and associated flooding in the landfall area and north into southern Texas is a significant concern.
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* Area of Concern - Tropical Storm Hermine: UPDATED 9/7 For Texas Flooding Ed DunhamAdministrator Mon Sep 06 2010 10:17 AM
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