Tracking Tropical Storm Cristobal

ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano tracks the latest path of the storm that first made landfall in Mexico and is projected to hit the Gulf Coast next.
0:30 | 06/06/20

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We turned out of the state of emergency in Louisiana tropical storm crystal ball nearing the Gulf Coast meteorologist rob Marciano live a New Orleans tonight. Tracking this for us hey rob. Hey David this storm now back over the water so it will strengthen as it approaches the coastline here already having our fans to Florida. By tomorrow will be healthy tropical storm late Sunday makes landfall on the Louisiana coast with sixty mile per hour winds what warnings extended into the Florida Panhandle impacts we'll stand. Far east of the center. David rob Marciano where this tonight rob thing.

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