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The Nation

June 25, 1986

Tropical Storm Bonnie thrashed the Gulf of Mexico with 55-m.p.h. winds and forecasters warned residents of the northwest coast to remain alert because the storm could strengthen rapidly. Hurricane forecaster Gil Clark said in Miami that the storm, which has gusts of 63 m.p.h., has the potential to "grow pretty rapidly" before hitting land. At the latest report, it was centered about 225 miles south of New Orleans.

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