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Tropical Storm Lee

Saturday morning 9/3 update on Tropical Storm Lee, now pelting southern Louisiana with heavy rain that is expected to last several days. The storm will test the levees that were rebuilt after Hurricane Katrina devestated the area six years ago. GR

On Friday 9/2, Tropical storm Lee is gaining strength in the Gulf of Mexico, where it is expected to dump up to 20 inches of rain as soon as this weekend in parts of the Gulf coast. Texas needs the rain the most, but Louisiana will get much of it. GR

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