Tropical Storm Debby remained stationary as rain and winds hit the coast of the Florida Panhandle over the weekend. As of 11 p.m. Sunday, Debby was at 28.3 North and 85.9 West, (approximately 200 miles east-southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River) and about 110 miles south-southwest of Apalachicola, Florida. Forecasters say that Debby will stay put near the Panhandle and the tropical storm poses no threat to Texas.
According to the National Hurricane Center in Miami, TS Debby had stayed stationary for several hours Sunday. Little movement from Debby was expected within this week. Debby had maximum sustained winds of 60 mph with higher gusts over the weekend.
Tropical storm warnings were issued for the Mississippi-Alabama border eastward to the Suwannee River in Florida.
As great uncertainty lingers for the path of Debby, the projected path of the tropical storm made huge and unexpected shifts over the weekend and TS Debby’s path could likely change even more.
TS Debby is not expected to bring rain to the Houston area.
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