Katrina & Beyond

Tropical Storm Wilma Gains Strength in Caribbean

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Tropical Storm Wilma has intensified in the northwestern Caribbean and is now producing winds of 70 miles per hour, just under hurricane strength. Forecasters say Wilma is on track to reach western Cuba by Friday and could make landfall in Florida over the weekend.



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