Tropical Storm Olga causes damages, cancels flights

Update October 27, 2019 at 03:45 am UTC

Tropical Storm Olga lost steam in the Gulf of Mexico and has been downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone early Saturday morning. The hurricane center is no longer monitoring the storm. 

Meanwhile far out over the Atlantic Ocean, Tropical Storm Pablo has formed late Friday afternoon.

October 26, 2019: Tropical Storm Olga has formed in the Gulf of Mexico bringing floods and flights cancellations.

Dozens of flights were canceled or delayed at New Orleans’ main airport. 

Several trees have been downed. The fallen tree caused significant damage to Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton’s home, the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reported .

According to the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC), coastal flooding is possible across portions of the northern Gulf coast. A wind advisory remained in force for eastern Mississippi.

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