Tropical Storm Cindy has come ashore in the gulf, bringing high winds and heavy rain and weakening to tropical depression Cindy.
With drenching rain and winds reaching 50 miles per hour, Cindy slammed into the gulf coast this morning; making landfall near the Texas-Louisiana border, but its bands reach far beyond.
Flooding some coastal communities with as much as 10 inches of rain leaving roads underwater and neighborhoods submerged. Cindy forced some storm-hardy southerners riding out the first tropical system to hit this season, to evacuate at the last second.
Leigh Anne Lynch said, "The water has risen so high it was fixing to get into our truck and we couldn't just let our truck sit there flood out so we gathered some of our belongings and we left.. Thank God nobody was hurt, this is terrible."
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