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Severe storms, isolated tornadoes possible Friday

24 Juin 2017

Tropical Storm Cindy pushed ashore along the Louisiana coast Thursday morning, delivering high winds, rough surf and heavy rain.

Cindy made landfall early Thursday morning as a tropical storm with winds of 40 miles per hour.

- Remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy are passing through the mid-Mississippi Valley Friday morning and will get steered toward north Georgia late today and tonight.

Cindy was a tropical storm when it made landfall near the Louisiana-Texas border about 3 a.m. CT (0800 GMT) Thursday, then weakened as it travelled north.

Tropical Storm Cindy was downgraded to a depression early Thursday, but it continues to draw huge amounts of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico into the southern United States. Tricia Hayes records images of unusually large waves created by Tropical Storm Cindy on Bolivar Peninsula, Texas, Wednesday, June 21, 2017.

Heavy rainfall associated with remnants of the tropical storm caused scattered street flooding across central and southern IN on Friday.

The Miami-based National Hurricane Center reported that Cindy hit the coast of southwestern Louisiana and eastern Texas at around 0900 GMT, packing winds nearing 40 miles (65 kilometers) per hour.

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As for the Charlotte area, Palmer said the region should expect showers through Saturday, with the potential for some bouts of heavy rain. After a ideal day on Thursday, with sunshine and a warm high of 25C (77F), clouds will increase, with rain developing in Montreal by midnight.

There were no tornadoes reported on Thursday by the National Weather Service, which said there were two in MS and one in Alabama on Wednesday.

National Weather Service statistics show roughly 12 inches of rain had fallen in some spots along the Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida coasts since Tuesday.

The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has updated their convective outlook for the day, and the slight risk has been extended into even more counties across Alabama.

The National Weather Service issued flood warnings for most of the southern two-thirds of the state, with more than 3 inches of rain falling in places by midday Friday and minor flooding expected along some rivers.

A boy on an Alabama beach was struck and killed Wednesday by a log washed ashore by the storm. There's a possibility for flooding, strong winds and isolated tornadoes.

Parishes along the coast made sandbags - or sand and bags - available to people who wanted to protect homes and businesses.

Severe storms, isolated tornadoes possible Friday