Saturday, June 6 (4:00am) – Port Condition Yankee continues to be in place. The greatest threats from Tropical Storm Cristobal are expected to be heavy rainfall and minor to moderate coastal flooding.
Friday, June 5 (7:30pm) – The Captain of the Port (COTP) has ordered Port Status Yankee for the Port of Gulfport. The Port currently remains open. All final storm preparations need to be completed. Gale force winds are predicted within the port in 24 hours. The tropical storm watch has been upgraded to a tropical storm warning across coastal areas of SE LA and MS. The storm surge watch has also been upgraded to a storm surge warning for immediate coastal areas from the mouth of the Mississippi River to Ocean Springs, MS.
(Friday, June 5) – The Port of Gulfport remains open to all traffic at this time and cargo operations may continue as needed. Due to the possibility of gale force winds (39-73 mph) associated with Tropical Depression Cristobal entering Sector Mobile’s area of responsibility within 48-hours, the Captain of the Port (COTP) has ordered Port Status X-Ray for the Port of Gulfport.
Weather and Emergency Agencies
- Harrison County Emergency Management
- National Hurricane Center
- Federal Emergency Management Agency
- FEMA – Spanish (same as above except in Spanish)
- Mississippi Emergency Management Agency
- Mississippi Homeland Security