Cristobal came ashore on the Gulf Coast as a tropical storm late Sunday afternoon, lashing the Louisiana shoreline with 50-mph sustained winds and gusts even higher. The storm officially made landfall in southeast Louisiana, but tropical storm conditions spread across the Mississippi and Alabama coastlines and heavy rain fell across the Florida Panhandle. The storm has gradually lost intensity over land, weakening to a tropical depression early Monday morning. Despite weakening, the risk of isolated tornadoes, flooding and locally damaging winds will continue through Monday across the lower Mississippi Valley and central Gulf Coast. Join AccuWeather's Bernie Rayno (@AccuRayno on Twitter) on today's "Weather Insider" Podcast for all the latest on what's next for Cristobal!
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