Tropical Storm Cindy Churns Ocean Near Grand Isle, Louisiana

StoryfulWeatherPublished: June 20, 2017Updated: June 21, 20174 views
Published: June 20, 2017Updated: June 21, 2017

Grand Isle, Louisiana, residents were preparing for Tropical Storm Cindy on Tuesday, June 20. Workers have strengthened a recently-repaired levee, according to a news report, and officials asked people to monitor weather reports. The coastal community, popular for fishing, could see four to 15 inches of rain and a tidal surge of one to three feet, the report said. The National Hurricane Center upgraded the system to a tropical storm on Tuesday, issuing tropical storm warnings along the Louisiana coast. The center also warned of rainfall amounts that could produce “life-threatening flash floods.” The storm is predicted to make landfall on Thursday. This video shows the waves and wind ahead of the storm in Grand Isle. Credit: Instagram/drobiwankenobi via Storyful

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