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ATLANTA (WXIA) -- Karen was downgraded to a depression Saturday night. The system lost strength and went below Tropical Storm strength.

The latest report Sunday morning had Karen 85 miles south of the mouth of the Mississippi River, with sustained winds of 30 mph. It is moving to the northeast at only 2mph.

A Tropical Storm Warning has been discontinued along with the tropical storm watch.

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11Alive Meteorologist Chris Holcomb says Karen continued to experience some shear. That pretty much tore the storm apart. The center of the storm move along the southern coast of Louisiana Sunday. It would then move northeast over water again. The latest track has it moving parallel to the coastline before making another landfall near Panama City.

We will get some rain in the metro area, but that is mainly from a cold front moving in. Our rain will arrive late Sunday and linger through most of Monday.

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