Tropical Storm Harvey made landfall again this morning just west of Cameron, the second tropical storm to strike Louisiana this year. Tropical Storm Cindy stuck in nearly the exact same spot two months ago.
Harvey has weakened slightly with maximum sustained winds of 45 mph and gusts of 55 mph. Winds across Acadiana and southwest Louisiana continue to gust 15-35 mph. Strongest wind gusts remain offshore of 35-50 mph.
According to the National Weather Service, a flash flood watch for the entire area continues.
A tropical storm warning continues from Intracoastal City westward, mainly for the coastal parishes.
A storm surge watch continues for the prolonged east to southeast winds. The peak storm surge inundation shows the potential for 1-3 feet above ground along the upper Texas coast from High Island eastward along the Louisiana coast to Morgan City. A few locations along this zone may see storm surge just above ground level.
Stay tuned to News 15 throughout the day for live team coverage of Tropical Storm Harvey as it moves across the region.