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Wind and -- look at it like twenty inches of rain before it's all said and done Maria Molina is at the weather Santa Maria where is having.
Why is this a slow moving storm -- -- storm system we're.
Talking about just moving at a Ford -- of about six miles per hour so pretty much just sitting across southeastern Louisiana.
Producing a lot of heavy rain and another big concern with it has been tornadoes and we do.
-- have a real warning big concern with this one because it does include the cities of Long Beach.
Gulfport and Biloxi Mississippi so looking at some pretty significant cities being impacted by this storm right now -- possible tornado on the ground.
And this tornado warning is going effect until 6:45.
AM central time so again in the cities of Long Beach Gulfport and Biloxi in Mississippi.
Are currently under a tornado warning we do also have a tornado watch across extreme western portions of the state -- also parts.
A southern Alabama Mississippi and southeastern Louisiana -- -- -- until 7 AM local time out here and you can also see something else that has changed.
With hurricane I think that I walk across -- western part of the storm system originally or earlier this morning was.
Dry air now it's starting to fill in with more heavy rain so we're starting to actually look at it a little bit better organized maximum sustained winds.
Still at eighty miles per hour and still expected to be a very slow moving storm system in the next twelve to 24 hours.
Won't be out of Louisiana until early Friday morning twenty inches of rain in a storm surge as -- -- wolf the act.
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