Tropical Depression Cristobal is currently located over northeasten Louisiana. As Cristobal continues to push inland, the main concern is heavy rainfall. Main impacts may be felt well to the east of the track.
Tropical Storm Cristobal is currently located in the Gulf of Mexico 380 miles south of New Orleans, LA. Landfall is expect tomorrow afternoon near Grand Isle, LA. Impacts will extend well east of the center of the storm.
Cristobal is currently located over the Yucatan Peninsula, and will start to move northward across the Gulf of Mexico. Landfall is expected late Sunday near eastern Louisiana. Tropical Storm force winds will extend east to Mississippi and Alabama.
Cristobal has officially been downgraded to a Tropical Depression. The storm is currently inland over Mexico and should remain there until Friday evening. Cristobal will move into the Gulf of Mexico, intensifying as it moves northward to make landfall as a Tropical Storm along the Louisiana coast on Monday morning.
Tropical Storm Cristobal is located in the Bay of Campeche, and will move inland over southern Mexico this afternoon before moving back over water. The storm is expected to strengthen slowly with projected impact along the Louisiana coast on Sunday.
Tropical Storm Cristobal is currently located in the Bay of Campeche. Right now, this storm is expected to begin moving into the Gulf of Mexico by Friday and continue to track northwestward, impacting the Louisiana coastline on early Monday morning.