Cristobal now a tropical depression; expected to restrengthen as it moves north over the Gulf of Mexico
Source: Sun Sentinel
Tropical Storm Cristobal weakened to a tropical depression Thursday but is expected to restrengthening Friday, when it is expected to begin to make a move north in the direction of the U.S. Gulf Coast, according to the National Hurricane Center.
The cone of probability, which shows the range of potential paths it could take, now includes all of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Mississippi, as well as parts of neighboring Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Tennessee.
Portions of the U.S. Gulf Coast from Texas to the Florida Panhandle are at risk of storm surge, heavy rainfall, and wind impacts beginning over the weekend, according to the 5 a.m. public advisory.
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