Update: Tropical Storm Edouard Looms in the GOM
Update: As of 1:00 PM CDT, the National Hurricane Center reports that windspeeds of Tropical Storm Edouard have dropped to 45 mph, with stronger gusts. As of this time, the storm is approximately 145 miles south-southeast of Lafayette, Louisiana.
A tropical storm warning has been issued for the area along the Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast, spanning the mouth of the Mississippi River west to the San Luis Pass in Texas. Although Tropical Storm Edouard has not grown in strength since the evening of Aug. 3, maximum sustained winds remain at 50 mph. The National Hurricane Center expects the storm's intensity to grow in the next 24 hours through to the morning of Aug. 5.
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