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Tropical Storm Cindy Forecast to Move Onshore Thursday

Heavy rain from Tropical Storm Cindy will continue inundating the Gulf Coast. Rain amounts of 6-9 inches, with isolated amounts of 15 inches, will bring a high risk of reaching excessive levels and producing life-threatening flash floods along the Gulf Coast, especially, the central Gulf Coast. Out west, dangerous, record breaking heat continues for the Southwest and portions of California. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Jun. 22, 2017 at 9:16:27 am CDT

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National Weather Service Mobile/Pensacola

Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall this morning in southwest Louisiana. Local impacts still continue with the potential for isolated tornades and flash flooding within banding rains. Coastal flooding of 2 to 3 feet is ongoing along the coast. Wind gusts 25 to 35 mph, particularly near coastal locations.
A tornado watch is in effect today until 1pm.
Heavy rain potential is decreasing but additional rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches with higher isolated will be possible through Friday. In addition to the flash flooding potential we can expect to see rises on area rivers. However, river crests will depend greatly on where the heaviest rain falls.


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