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This image provided by NOAA taken late Thursday July 22, 2010 shows Tropical Storm Bonnie as she steamed through the central Bahamas on Thursday night while tracking a course that could take it over the site of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. At 2 a.m. EDT Friday B onnie is moving to the Northwest at 16 mph with maximum of winds nearing 40 mph according to the National Hurricane Center.  On Friday, the center of Bonnie was expected to pass near or over the Florida Keys and part of the southern Florida peninsula.  (AP photo/NOAA)

This image provided by NOAA taken late Thursday July 22, 2010 shows Tropical Storm Bonnie as she steamed through the central Bahamas on Thursday night while tracking a course that could take it over the site of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. At 2 a.m. EDT Friday B onnie is moving to the Northwest at 16 mph with maximum of winds nearing 40 mph according to the National Hurricane Center. On Friday, the center of Bonnie was expected to pass near or over the Florida Keys and part of the southern Florida peninsula. (AP photo/NOAA)

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