MIAMI The National Hurricane Center in Miami said the storm was
expected to make landfall Sunday evening. Forecasters say the
storm's winds have increased to 40 mph, just above the threshold to
become a named storm.
Residents were urged to prepare for the storm that popped up
early Sunday with batteries, flashlights and water.
Rainfall of 3 to 5 inches was expected, with some isolated areas
to get up to 10 inches.
The Hurricane Center says more details about Claudette will be
released at 2 p.m. EDT.
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