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June 23: Afternoon Update on Cindy

The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy are moving faster than we anticipated the past couple of days, and that’s good news for us!  Faster movement means that the severe weather threat won’t last as long, and it also means that … Continue reading

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June 22: Wet and Stormy 48 Hours Ahead

Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall overnight in southwestern Louisiana — the storm will move north and farther inland today, becoming “extra-tropical” (meaning it will lose its tropical characteristics) tonight and tomorrow.  The center of what’s left of Cindy will track … Continue reading

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June 21: Tracking Cindy, Daily Links

WEATHER The big weather story is obviously Tropical Storm Cindy — the center of the storm is still out over the Gulf of Mexico, but it’s spreading rain onshore along the Gulf Coast, and it’s sending high cloud cover over … Continue reading

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