Tropical Storm Cristobal made landfall on the southeastern Louisiana coast on Sunday evening, bringing with it life-threatening flash flooding, storm surge, strong winds and severe weather.
Several tornado warnings dotted the map on Sunday as well, and similar to Saturday, the tornado threat was primarily concentrated in Florida. Daytona Beach was under a brief tornado warning on Sunday evening, and warnings were in place across parts of central and north Florida throughout the day on Sunday (as Cristobal made landfall well off to the west). We even caught some great video of tornadoes that formed over the Gulf of Mexico, or waterspouts over Alabama.
Along with inundating storm surge, tornadoes, and waterspouts rainfall totals and wind gusts have been impressive too.
Stay with WeatherNation through the night and into Monday for ongoing coverage on Cristobal and its effects on the Mississippi River Corridor all the way through the rest of the week too.