The National Hurricane Center says the center of Tropical Storm Cristobal has move over land.
"Observations from an Air Force Hurricane Hunter aircraft and imagery from ... radar in Mexico indicate that the center of Cristobal made landfall," the Hurricane Center posted. "Now that the center of circulation has moved inland, a gradual weakening trend should commence."
Forecasters expect that Cristobal will weaken to a depression by tomorrow evening. It is still forecast to intensify again when it gets back over water.
"There is significant uncertainty as to how strong a cyclone we will be dealing with near the northern Gulf coast this weekend."
While there is some hope the system could fall apart, federal forecasters continue to call for a path toward Louisiana.
We could see street flooding, power outages and wind damage.