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Cindy Tracking Map and Updates

Cindy Path Map and Updates

Cindy Tracking Map
Description :Cindy tracking map showing the expected path of tropical storm Cindy.  Disclaimer

Cindy weakens to tropical depression

As per latest reports, Cindy, after making landfall in Louisiana, has weakened to a tropical depression. However, several states are still witnessing strong winds and heavy rains. The National Weather Service has warned of life-threatening flash floods.
Tropical Storm Cindy: 10-year-old Boy Killed

Tropical storm Cindy has turned deadly prompting Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards to declare a state of emergency. According to reports, Cindy has led to heavy rains and flooding. In Alabama, a 10-year-old boy was killed, while parts of Louisiana reported five inches of rains by afternoon. In 36 hours, Pensacola received more than 8 inches of rain. The National Weather Service has stated that Cindy, which has sustained winds of 50 mph, may generate around 15 inches of rain over southern Alabama, southeastern Louisiana, southern Mississippi, and parts of Florida Panhandle through Thursday night.
US Central Gulf Coast Braces for Tropical Storm Cindy
  • Tropical Storm Cindy is slowly moving northwest towards the Gulf Coast. Heavy rains and flash floods along the central Gulf Coast are predicted. Tropical Storm Warnings are in effect.
  • The storm was moving toward the northwest near seven miles (11 km) per hour.
  • Cindy is expected to approach the coast of southwest Louisiana and southeast Texas late Wednesday.
  • Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for San Luis Pass, Texas to the Alabama-Florida border, Metropolitan New Orleans and Lake Pontchartrain.
  • Cindy was expected to produce six to nine inches (15-23 cm) of rain in southeastern Louisiana, southern Mississippi, southern Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle. 
  • Alabama Governor has declared a state of emergency.
  • Cindy is expected to make landfall along the coast between Texas and Louisiana by Thursday morning
Last Updated Date: June 22, 2017