Tracking Cristobal [Monday 10 AM update]: Cristobal has weakened to a tropical depression as it lifts away from the Baton Rouge metro.
Tracking Cristobal [Sunday 10:00 pm update]: Cristobal now north of New Orleans and weakening. Winds are sustained at 45 mph. Rain is still our primary threat.
Tracking Cristobal [Sunday 8:00 pm update]: Cristobal continues to move further inland; More heavy rain likely tonight and tomorrow. Rain remains our biggest issue.
Tracking Cristobal [Sunday 5:10 pm update]: Cristobal makes landfall as a Tropical Storm between Grand Isle and the mouth of the Mississippi River. Winds were nearly 50 mph at landfall.
Tracking Cristobal [Sunday 4 pm update]: Tropical Storm Cristobal nearing landfall. Currently all major impacts remain east of I-55.
MONDAY POTENTIAL IMPACTS:
RAIN: Additional 1-2″ on average with locally higher amounts.
WIND: Winds of 15-25 mph with higher gusts will be possible.
TORNADO: Occasional tropical funnels and weak short-lived tornadoes, mainly east of I-55.
COASTAL FLOODING & STORM SURGE: 3-5′ of storm surge from Grand Isle to Ocean Springs including Lake Borgne. Coastal flooding/storm surge will still likely be an issue on Monday. Inundation of 1-3′ will be possible.
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