A state of emergency has been declared in Louisiana due to an impending storm

Tropical storm Cristobal will reach the coast of Louisiana by Sunday evening.

A state of emergency has been declared in Louisiana due to the impending tropical storm Cristobal.

On Thursday, the storm weakened to a category of a tropical depression, but it is expected to gain strength again as it approaches the US and hit the country as a tropical storm.
According to meteorologists, “Cristobal” will reach the coast of Louisiana by Sunday evening with wind speeds of up to 95 km/h.

The storm brought heavy rains and flooding to parts of Mexico and Central America, and now similar phenomena are expected in the United States.

Author: Steve Cowan
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