Tropical Storm Karen is getting weaker this morning. The National Hurricane Center says top sustained winds are down to 40 miles per hour.
WWL TV Meteorologist Carl Arredondo says it is disorganized.
"There's not much out there as far as showers and thunderstorms. This system may have a hard time gaining strength again," he explained.
Arredondo says that's good news.
Meanwhile the Hurricane Center's forecast track has shifted just a little bit back to the west. It now calls for the center of what's left of the storm to cross over lower Plaquemines Parish Sunday before hitting near Mobile, Alabama.
Federal forecasters have also put New Orleans back in the edge of the cone of error.
Based on the current track, Southeast Louisiana will feel some gusty winds and occasional rain through Saturday and Sunday.
The Hurricane Center says coastal areas should anticipate water one to four feet above normal from the storm surge and high time combined.