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Hurricane Humberto Hits Texas, Louisiana

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Texas, Louisiana, USA

U.S. weather scientists say Hurricane Humberto has made its way to southwestern Louisiana with winds of 130 kilometers per hour.

Local officials say Humberto caused power outages and damage to homes as it made landfall earlier today on the coast of the southern U.S. state of Texas.

Forecasters have issued tropical storm warning from east of High Island, Texas to neighboring Louisiana.

Humberto is expected to dump up to 25 centimeters of rain over the coast of Texas and Louisiana Thursday.

Forecasters warn that Humberto could produce flooding of up to 90 centimeters in coastal areas.

UPDATE

Hurricane Humberto Leaves Thousands Without Power

(AP)The hurricane swept through the Beaumont-Port Arthur-Orange area Thursday morning, leaving about 100,000 Entergy customers without power. Entergy Texas spokeswoman Debi Derrick said some customers may not have electric power restored for a couple of days



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