The storm forming in the Gulf Coast was forecasted to bring heavy rainfall to impacted areas, potentially causing flooding and mudslides.
One member of the public at the vacation spot described the incident as "pretty crazy."
A storm like the one that hit Louisiana this summer is expected to occur on the Gulf Coast once every 30 years.
Historic flooding in Louisiana has increased chances that the virus could spread there.
Three dead and thousands rescued as storms batter the Gulf Coast.
Louisiana declares a state of emergency amid widespread flooding.
The oil and gas company will have to pay billions in civil penalties