Tropical Storm Debby Loses Strength on Path to Florida Landfall
Tropical Storm Debby’s winds dropped to 40 miles (64 kilometers) an hour, just above tropical depression status, as the system slowly moved east toward landfall tomorrow on north-central Florida, the National Hurricane Center said in an advisory shortly before 11 a.m. local time.
Debby was about 70 miles west of Cedar Key and moving at 3 mph. Storm surge and high tides, along with heavy rain, remain a threat to parts of Florida, the center said.
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