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Strong winds buffet the Bahamas as Hurricane Isaias blows through the Caribbean

 Isaias weakened slightly to a tropical storm on Saturday (August 1) after lashing the Bahamas, but forecasters warned it would likely grow into a hurricane again as it approaches coronavirus-stricken eastern Florida overnight.

Isaias, which was moving northwest off the Bahamas’ Andros Island with maximum sustained winds of 70 miles per hour (110 kph) on Saturday evening, was projected to cause dangerous storm surge along Florida’s Atlantic coast through Sunday and to move up the U.S. eastern seaboard early this coming week.

(Production: Don Pessin)

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