June 8, 2020 Weather Related Service Update: Tropical Depression Cristobal Tuesday, June 9, 2020: Tropical Depression Cristobal is expected to accelerate north-northeast through the Midwest and western Great Lakes into Wednesday morning. Cristobal will continue to produce heavy rain which may produce flash flooding and isolated significant river flooding with a few tornadoes. Odyssey will continue to monitor conditions and provide carrier updates here. For live updates: https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ Monday, June 8, 2020: Excessive rainfall and flooding are possible from the Gulf Coast northward into the mid-Mississippi Valley as tropical depression Cristobal brings several inches of rainfall with gusty winds during the next couple of days. After making landfall in southeastern Louisiana yesterday, tropical depression Cristobal has continued to track further inland into the lower Mississippi Valley. Tropical depression Cristobal has been weakening relatively slowly over land and continues to bring intense rain bands and tropical depression force wind gusts into Mississippi and Alabama. A High Risk for excessive rainfall remains in place for eastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi along with the ongoing threat for dangerous coastal flooding along the Central Gulf Coast. Tropical depression Cristobal is expected to bring a several inches of heavy rain just west of the Mississippi River together with gusty winds and isolated severe weather during the next couple of days.