Potential tropical cyclone number three is still just that: a possibility! Because there is still a lot of rain over warm water, the National Hurricane Center says it is still possible that it will develop into a tropical storm. At this time, there is no closed low-level circulation in place.
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The maximum wind speed is 45 miles per hour. The system is expected to make landfall early Saturday morning. Through 2:15 a.m., a flash flood warning has been issued for St. Tammany and Hancock Counties.
In a short period of time, 2-4 inches of rain fell, with more rain expected in the future.
There is a low likelihood of severe consequences. Some rotation is occurring over water, so be alert for the possibility of waterspouts or even a tornado moving onshore and becoming a tornado.
Coastal flood warnings are still in effect. Along the coast of Hancock County, there is a 3.4-foot elevation gain. Saturday’s weather is expected to be better.
Wind Advisory in effect for the northern portion of the Northshore until 1 p.m. Saturday. Flash flood warnings are in effect until 7 a.m. Sunday.
Source : WDSU