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Cristobal Back in Gulf, Warnings up for Parts of Gulf Coast
      Fri Jun 05 2020 05:20 PM

10AM Update 6 June 2020

Cirstobal is now a 50mph Tropical Storm in the Central Gulf, it is likely to continue to slowly gain strength, rain from the outer bands is already reaching parts of the coast, and the eastern part is bringing rain to much of Florida today.

Original Update
Tropical Storm Warnings are now up for parts of the Northern Gulf coast from Morgan City, LA to the Okaloosa/Walton county line in Florida.

The center of Cristobal has moved into the Gulf of Mexico to the north of the Yucatan Peninsula. An Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft is scheduled to investigate the storm in a few hours, which should provide a good estimate of Cristobal's strength.

Storm Surge Warnings have been issued for areas outside the Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System from the mouth of the Mississippi River to Ocean Springs Mississippi, including Lake Borgne.

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