The center of Tropical Storm Lee is inland very near the Louisiana coast, however its effects are being felt over a much larger area along the Gulf Coast.

Showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain will impact portions of LA, MS, AL and the FL Panhandle on Sunday. Isolated tornadoes will continue to be possible near the central Gulf Coast as well.

In the very early morning hours of Sunday, Lee spawned several reported tornadoes in coastal AL, MS and the far W. FL Panhandle. Damage to some homes, campers and trees was reported.

Lee's center of circulation will continue to move slowly over southern Louisiana through Sunday night before shifting into Mississippi and Alabama Monday and Tuesday. As this happens, Lee will interact with a frontal boundary and produce a widespread swath heavy and potentially flooding rainfall.

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