The weather event titled Edouard did not arrive in the United States as a hurricane, hitting the U.S. Coast east of Galveston, Texas, as a tropical storm with maximum winds of 65 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center.

Meteorologists there said the storm weakened as it moved inland, after hitting the Texas coast with strong winds and heavy rain. The tropical storm warning was cancelled for New Orleans.

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