Additionally the National Hurricane Center is reporting Gordon is expected to bring life-threatening storm surges to portions of the central Gulf Coast, with surge warnings issued for the mouth of the Pearl River to the Mississippi-Alabama border.
The NHC's hurricane warning covers all of coastal MS and Alabama, with a tropical storm warning reaching to Morgan City, Alabama, and Florida's Okaloosa-Walton County Line. The first is its speed - Gordon is moving relatively fast at 17 miles per hour and is losing how much warm Gulf water is has to grow stronger.
Two tropical storms that formed in the Atlantic over the weekend pose no threat to the Cayman Islands, according to local weather experts.
Tropical Storm Florence is moving in the direction of Bermuda.
Rain was still falling but the lights were on Wednesday morning at a Waffle House restaurant in Mobile, where factory worker Jerome Richardson said he lost power in the storm Tuesday night.
Tropical Storm Gordon is expected to develop by Monday night.
A storm surge warning is in effect for Biloxi, Mississippi, to Dauphin Island.
The National Hurricane Center will be sending a plane to investigate Gordon Monday afternoon, hoping to use that data to refine future forecasts on the projected track and strength of the season's seventh named storm.
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Tropical Storm Gordon made landfall Tuesday near the border of MS and Alabama. The storm is moving at a speed of 15mph with maximum sustained winds of approximately 30mph and stronger gusts.
The National Hurricane Center said it is way too early to know if either of those storms will have any impact on land.
On the Mississippi Gulf Coast, 12 casinos that were ordered closed Tuesday were given permission Wednesday to open at noon.
The center says Gordon will bring heavy rainfall to southwest Alabama, southern and central MS, southeastern and northeastern Louisiana and southeast Arkansas through late Thursdays.
The NHC has also issued a flash-flood watch for large parts of the Louisiana coast into the Houston area.
Rip current risks are in place along Florida's south east coast, north east coast and along the shore between Tallahassee and Pensacola.
Storm Surge Watch is in effect for.* Mississippi-Alabama border westward to the Mouth of the Mississippi River. "We're a beach coffee shop, and if people can't go to the beach, then we won't get any customers". But that is supposed to change when the disturbance, which is moving west-northwest, enters the Gulf of Mexico. The storm's maximum sustained winds of 45 mph (75 kph) were expected to strengthen in the next 48 hours.