HARRISON COUNTY, Miss. (WJTV) – Tropical Storm Cristobal impacted parts of Mexico earlier this week, before heading into the Gulf of Mexico toward the United States.
The storm is expected to impact parts of Mississippi. Governor Tate Reeves traveled to the coast on Friday, along with Mississippi Emergency Management Agency Exec. Director Greg Michel. They said it’s still too early to know exactly what the storm will do.
Michel said face coverings will be available at shelters during Tropical Storm Cristobal, but they’re urging neighbors to use the shelters as a last resort and try to seek shelter with other family members.