Hurricane CRISTOBAL and Floods in Gulf Coast, Louisiana (June 7, 2020)
- Published on: 6/7/2020
- Tropical Storm Cristobal, the third named system of an already active hurricane season 2020, had maximum sustained winds of 35 knots / 40 mph on Friday afternoon, Jun 5th. Central pressure is 1000 mbar. The storm is expected to make landfall along the Louisiana coast this Sunday afternoon. Damaging winds, storm surge, torrential rainfall, and significant flooding are likely. Tropical Storm Cristobal will likely continue to move due north between two surface high-pressure systems. This should bring the system into the Gulf Coast on Sunday, making landfall on the coast of Louisiana in the afternoon. After the landfall, Cristobal will curve slightly towards the north-northwest, moving across the Mississippi valley early next week. Significant flooding threat and storm surge along the coastal areas is increasingly likely. Stay alert!
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