Latest numbers, interactive radar and maps

Latest numbers, interactive radar and maps

Tropical Storm Cristobal: Latest numbers, interactive radar and maps

As you move inward. We had this drop a short time ago and now we continue to monitor the flooding impacts that rain bands continue to bring along the Mississippi Gulf Coast and heavy rains across southeastern Louisiana. Here are the latest satellite images as it moves inland through the rest of the evening. When we expand the view, we see all the oysters and shellfish rising across the Mississippi Coast and parts of the North Shore, St. Tammany Parish and Washington Parish. There is still a lot of rain to deal with. Not much happening near the center, drying up across the south shore. Here heavy rains continue. A flash flood warning is in effect for Harrison, Hancock and Jackson counties until 7:00. Precipitation accelerates to the west as heavy rain moves near the Hammond area toward Folsom, then to Madisonville-Folsom, and bypassing Madisonville. You're seeing heavy rain heading west, but as I mentioned, drier air has arrived on the South Shore. We may see rain moving through parts of downtown and the West Bank, but there isn't much coverage there. And down the coast, you see it moving up the beach and wrapping around near and towards Galiano, and I won't be able to see much of the Crescent City connection. You can see it's not very visible now. 82 degrees in New Orleans. It has fallen approximately 1.25 since midnight. See where the bull's eye is located along Gulfport and Biloxi. More than six inches there. The rain continued to fall. One to two inches across most locations in southeast Louisiana but totals are lighter north with more moisture accumulating tonight and overnight. Wind gusts are 26 mph in Gulfport and Biloxi. Lighter in southeastern Louisiana, sometimes reaching 43 mph in Gulfport and 35 toward Slidell. Maximum wind speeds today, mid to upper 40s off the lake and into the Mississippi coast. Right now, winds are 50 mph, moving north at 7. By Monday morning, it will be at the Louisiana-Mississippi border and we continue to see the transition into Monday. Keep seeing rain trucks.

Tropical Storm Cristobal: Latest numbers, interactive radar and maps

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Cristobal formed as a tropical storm on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. On this page, get the latest interactive storm radar, the latest maps, and information on how to keep your family safe. (App users: click here to get the full experience)

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Regional satellite radar

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National radar via satellite

7 day forecast

7 day forecast

12 hour forecast

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In our area

Louisiana - temperatures

News you can use:

Watch it again: Get ready now for the WDSU Hurricane 2020 special

What to include in a hurricane kit

ICYMI: Prepare your finances for hurricane season

Jefferson Parish Leaders: Add PPE to your hurricane kit

How to prepare your pets for hurricane season

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