Bonnie Heads Inland, Rapidly Falls Apart

By: KBTX Weather, Associated Press Email
By: KBTX Weather, Associated Press Email

Bonnie headed inland with little more than a wimper Saturday night. What was Tropical Storm Bonnie hit the Louisiana coast as nothing more than a disorganized low pressure system.

Crews have already been sent back to the site of the oil spill.

As an upper level low moves into Southeast Texas Sunday, the moisture from Bonnie will be swept into the Brazos Valley resulting in showers and thunderstorms expected to linger until Wednesday.

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