Tropical Storm Laura, Marco head toward Gulf states

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Louisiana and Mississippi have declared states of emergency as to tropical storms head towards the northern Gulf coast. The National Weather Service has high winds could start as early as Sunday night NPR's Brian Man reports tropical storm Marco is on track to make landfall. I with the National Weather Service predicting it will hit with hurricane strength. A second storm Laura is expected to land mid week states from Florida to Texas run alert Mississippi. Governor Tate Reeves is urging people to evacuate vulnerable areas. Early, what we cannot have happen is to have a mad rush of people into our sheltering space because of covid nineteen, we are trying very very hard to maintain. Social distancing the requirement of mask. Officials, Say Marco could dump five inches of rain causing flash floods in some

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