Tropical Storm Gordon makes landfall, weakens to depression

Miami Beach tourists walk through the rain from Tropical Storm Gordon

Miami Beach tourists walk through the rain from Tropical Storm Gordon Credit Joe Raedle Getty

The 10pm advisory from the National Hurricane Center officially marked the landfall of Tropical Storm Gordon just west of the Alabama / Mississippi State line Tuesday.

Gordon is moving very quickly to the northwest at 15 miles per hour and on the current forecast track, it is likely to make landfall near Pascagoula around 10 p.m. this evening.

With memories of the August 2016 floods fresh in mind, local business owners are keeping a close eye on and bracing for Tropical Storm Gordon, which is forecast to make landfall tonight as a Category 1 hurricane.

Gordon could drop heavy rain - generally 4 to 8 inches, but as many as 12 - from Florida's western panhandle to southern Arkansas through Thursday, the National Hurricane Center said. Tornadoes are also possible through Wednesday night over MS and western Alabama, it added. The name and age of the child were not released.

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"Never enter an intersection with the lights inoperative unless you've stopped and are aware of what's coming into the intersection", Elmore said. MS shut down a dozen Gulf Coast casinos.

Smith said there's more to it than rain and flooding; it's also the unsafe rip currents and possible power outages. No one else in the home was injured. It was moving to the northwest at 13 miles per hour with maximum sustained winds of 125 miles per hour.

"Through Saturday it will be pretty wet", Tabitha Clarke, a hydrologist with the National Weather Service in North Little Rock said Wednesday. A turn toward the north-northwest and north is forecast to occur on Friday.

Associated Press contributors include Stacey Plaisance in Gulfport, Miss; Kevin McGill in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi; Jeff Martin and Ben Nadler in Atlanta; Emily Wagster Pettus and Jeff Amy in Jackson, Mississippi; Kim Chandler in Montgomery, Alabama; Rebecca Santana in New Orleans; Melinda Deslatte in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Jeffrey Collins in Columbia, South Carolina.

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Companies evacuated 54 offshore platforms and halted 156,907 barrels per day of oil production and 232 million cubic feet per day of natural gas output, according to estimates by the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement.

The city expected to feel the storm's impact beginning late Tuesday and through Wednesday, she said.

The video shows a street of Dauphin Island, a town in Alabama, USA, completely flooded as a resident attempts to drive through the river-like road.

MS shut down a dozen Gulf Coast casinos as the storm neared. "Now is a good time to review family emergency plans to ensure who you have the necessities", the DDM said.

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