From The Associated Press: Tropical Storm Claudette took aim on the Florida Panhandle Sunday, bringing heavy rain and wind to the white-sand vacation paradises of the Florida Gulf Coast.
Lurking more ominously in the Atlantic was Tropical Storm Bill, which was quickly turning into a powerful storm over warm waters in the open Atlantic with sustained winds of 65 mph.
Ana, a tropical storm that had also been churning in the Atlantic, had weakened to a depression.
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