While Cindy is now up in the Mid-Atlantic States, we will still deal with the very humid tropical air from it today. There is a lone rain band from Cindy over the Gulf South, and it has merged with a cluster of storms that moved out of Mississippi last night. These two features will lead to us getting scattered showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain today. It is likely we could see some training of the heavy rain today, so flash flooding issues will be possible.
What is left of Cindy continues to weaken over Arkansas today and will be absorbed into a cold front. We will continue to see rain bands over the area today. They will contain a few thunderstorms with heavy rain likely. The only flooding issues today will be street flooding. Winds will be breezy coming out of the south around 15-20 mph at times. These onshore winds will keep coastal flooding around for one more day too. Since we will see some sunshine today, we will warm up into the upper 80s.
Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall this morning over Southwest Louisiana. It will now track north toward the Shreveport area today. Rain bands will continue to spiral around it today right over the New Orleans area. These bands of rain will bring us scattered showers and storms with heavy rain and gusty winds. We could pick up an additional 1-3 inches of rain if you are under one of the rain bands, so flash flooding is still possible since all the rain will runoff.
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