22 June 2017 - bulletin 334

Updated at 1500 GMT
Final warning for 03L

Tropical depression Cindy / 03L
Warning 12 from NHC at 1500 GMT
Position 29.9N 93.6W
Location 165 miles NE of Morgan City, Louisiana
Movement 010° (N) at 11 knots
Maximum sustained winds 30 knots gusting to 40 knots
Minimum central pressure: 997 mbar
Threatened landmasses Louisiana, Texas

Cindy made landfall in Louisiana this morning. The system will now weaken as it moves further inland, before being absorbed by a frontal system. 

Please note that warnings from the Weather Prediction Center continue, but will not be reflected on this site.

Regional warnings
Rainfall totals of 3 to 6 inches, locally up to 8 inches over extreme eastern Texas, Louisiana and southern and eastern Arkansas. Another 2 to 4 inches, locally up to 8 inches, could fall over southern Mississippi, southern and central Alabama and extreme western Florida Panhandle. Totals could reach 15 inches. This rainfall could cause life-threatening flash flooding.

Rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches with isolated maximum amounts of 6 inches are expected in the Tennessee and Ohio valleys, extending into the central Appalachians.

Inundations of 1 to 3 feet can occur as a result of storm surge in the warning area; in addition to that, also from southeastern Louisiana to the western Florida Panhandle.

Tornadoes are possible from the lower Mississippi and Tennessee Valleys to the central Gulf Coast.

Update from NHC at 0600 GMT
System No Invest Assigned
Position 12N 94W
Likelihood of tropical cyclone formation within 48 hours is LOW (10%)
Likelihood of tropical cyclone formation within 5 days is LOW (20%)

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