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Narda weakens, but still likely to bring rain to U.S.

Tropical Storm Narda weakened into a tropical depression on Tuesday as it hurled rain against Mexico's Gulf of California coast, but forecasters said it was still likely to bring rain to the south-central United States in the coming days.
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Barry gains strength in Gulf of Mexico; Carnival Valor rerouted

The Latest on a tropical weather system in the Gulf of Mexico (all times local):
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