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MIAMI (Reuters) – Tropical Storm Isaac took aim at flood-prone Haiti on Friday but is not expected to become a hurricane until it churns into the Gulf of Mexico early next week, on a path that could see it make landfall anywhere from New Orleans to the Florida Panhandle.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) has had a tough time projecting the exact track and long-term intensity of the large and poorly organized storm, which has drawn close scrutiny because the Republican Party’s presidential nominating convention begins on Monday in Tampa on Florida’s Gulf coast.

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