For the past few days, Tropical Storm Cindy has been raining down huge amounts of water on Gulf Coast states, most heavily on Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Twelve inches alone have come down on Ocean Springs, Mississippi. In many places that rain has created flooding, a phenomenon residents down south are all-too-familiar with. Show More Summary
By Laura Blewitt (Bloomberg) — The hottest trade in the U.S. gasoline market is starting to cool. As America’s U.S. Gulf Coast refining complex seeks more attractive destinations for its rising production of motor fuels, marketers have...Show More Summary
The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy brought tornadoes and flooding to the U.S. Gulf Coast on Thursday and its heavy rains will drench much of the eastern United States in coming days, forecasters said. Flooding and road closures stretched from…
Houston Press reports that as Tropical Storm Cindy approached the Gulf Coast, Harris County and Houston emergency management officials prepared “dozens of barricades or gates” in case of flash flooding. After several people drowned in...Show More Summary
Update: STORM CINDY HAS 16% OF GULF OF MEXICO OIL OUTPUT SHUT IN: BSEE Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall along the Gulf Coast Thursday as meteorologists called for a third day of heavy rains and viciously fast winds in the region. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Tropical storm Cindy is expected to move inland near the Louisiana-Texas border Thursday morning as it continues to produce heavy rainfall over the northern Gulf Coast, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.
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(Reuters) - Heavy rainfall from Tropical Storm Cindy is affecting the northern Gulf Coast and these rains could produce life-threatening flash flooding, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said in its latest advisory.
Facing incoming Tropical Storm Cindy, offshore oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico have begun evacuating platforms and rigs as the storm moves north-westward toward the U.S. Gulf Coast. Data from offshore operator reports submitted to…
Authorities told local media that a 10-year-old boy was killed by debris Wednesday morning in Fort Morgan, Alabama, the first death attributed to Tropical Storm Cindy. Read more...
Forecasters warn 6 to 9 inches of rain and up to 12 inches in spots.
(Reuters) - Tropical Storm Cindy was moving north-westward toward the U.S. Gulf Coast, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said in its latest advisory on Wednesday.
Tropical Storm Cindy sent drenching rain bands over the north Gulf Coast on Wednesday, swamping low-lying coastal roads and pushing a waterspout ashore in one beachfront community as residents from … Click to Continue »
An 'extreme' flood threat is present around Mobile and Pensacola.
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) NASA's Aqua satellite captured an image of Tropical Storm Cindy after it formed and was already affecting the US Gulf Coast states. Cindy continues to crawl toward land and Tropical Storm warnings are in effect for June 21.
If southern portions of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the western panhandle of Florida are in your travel plans over the next few days, you may want to consider delaying your travel — or, at least, keep yourself updatedShow More Summary
Tropical Storm Cindy is about to play havoc on weather and travel along the Gulf Coast, and the airlines have been putting out weather waivers so travelers can proactively change their plans to or through the impacted areas without paying a penalty. Show More Summary
From the Florida Panhandle to eastern Texas, residents and government officials along the northern Gulf Coast kept an eye on slow-moving Tropical Storm Cindy, which the National Weather Service said posed a threat of “life-threatening flash flooding.” Rain bands from the weather disturbance in...
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu called it "a major weather event."