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Friday:  A new tropical depression has formed in the Southern Gulf of Mexico and is expected to slowly drift northward this weekend.  This system has the potentially strengthening into a tropical storm the next few days, then impact the Gulf Coast late this weekend and early next week, including being near several LNG facilities.  This storm is likely to keep production in the Gulf of Mexico shut-in after dropping when Hurricane Sally tracked through earlier this week.

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