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Gulf Coast residents on alert fearing warm waters to produceunusual tropical storm development as Georgia low moves over open water; heat/humidity return for a day Wednesday with storms; more extended heat due this weekend/next week
Posted 11:10 PM, July 8, 2019, by
WGN Weather Team
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