Downgraded Bonnie to produce rain and wind

The National Weather Service has dropped storm warnings for the Gulf Coast, but a wind advisory – meaning winds could gust to 40 mph or greater – remains in effect until Sunday at 5 p.m.

Tropical Depression Bonnie was over the northern Gulf of
Mexico moving toward southeast Louisiana late this morning. While
the system has weakened and is no longer a tropical storm, it may still produce strong wind gusts over portions of southeast
Louisiana and coastal Mississippi through tonight, the weather service said.

The stronger winds are expected to reach areas near the mouth of
the Mississippi River by late afternoon, impacting the New
Orleans metro area and coastal Mississippi by late this evening.

More info online

Latest advisory: The National Hurricane Center released its latest advisory on Bonnie at 10 this morning. To read it, click here.

The track: To see the National Hurricane Center’s track of Bonnie through Monday, click here.