The storm has the potential to become the ninth hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
Delta, now categorized as a post-tropical cyclone, "continues to be a heavy rainfall threat," the National Hurricane Center warned Sunday.
By 9:30 p.m. Friday, Delta had already delivered more than 17 inches of rain to the town of Iowa and more than 16 inches to parts of Lake Charles, an area still reeling from the effects of last month's Hurricane Laura.
The National Hurricane Center warned of "life-threatening storm surges" as Hurricane Delta made landfall in Southwest Louisiana on Friday night.
After making landfall Friday, "rapid weakening is anticipated and Delta is forecast to fall below hurricane strength," the National Hurricane Center said.
The wind gusts of Hurricane Delta have reached more than 155 mph, which is close to the 157 mph needed to become a Category 5 storm.
In the past 24 hours, the storm has increased its windspeed by about 55 miles per hour.
Delta is the 25th named storm this season in the Atlantic basin, and 2020 is already three shy of the busiest storm season on record.
Tropical Depression 26 is expected to strengthen to a tropical storm before eventually becoming a hurricane on Tuesday.
Nova Scotia is now preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Teddy, as the area is expected to be impacted by wind, rain, and storm surge.
Ceteria Holley said she climbed on top of her dining room table as several feet of water engulfed her home in Pensacola on Wednesday.
I'm a doctor in Lake Charles and I was working at a hospital in the city on the night the hurricane hit. It was the worst hurricane I've ever seen, and the destruction it caused has been catastrophic.
While the U.S. will miss the impact of the hurricane, forecasters say that "interest in Bermuda should monitor the progress of Teddy."
If a tropical disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico turns into Tropical Storm Wilfred, it'll break the record for the earliest W storm on record.
Baldwin County and Mobile County are the worst-affected in Alabama, with more than a combined 260,000 without power.
"Catastrophic and life-threatening" flooding was likely along portions of the north-central Gulf Coast, the National Hurricane Center said.
Sally is forecast to produce 10 to 20 inches of rainfall, with isolated amounts of 30 inches, from the Florida Panhandle to the Alabama/Mississippi border.
Forecasters anticipate Hurricane Sally will make landfall on Wednesday morning as a Category 1 storm.
The National Weather Service predicts 10 to 20 inches of rain across the region, with "historic flooding possible."
The NWS warns that historic flooding is possible and extreme life-threatening flash flooding is likely through Wednesday.
The 2020 hurricane season is very similar to what we saw in 2005, and an AccuWeather meteorologist says it could have even more storms.
Farmers in the state have lost hundreds of cattle due to the massive insect swarms, which arrived after Hurricane Laura brought heavy rainfall to the area.
With more than 650 power outages across Utah, residents have been encouraged stay indoors and off the roads as an arctic storm system hits the state with powerful winds and a cold front.
It's currently moving over the Cabo Verde Islands and "is forecast to become a hurricane in a couple of days," according to the National Hurricane Center.
Tropical Storm Paulette is the earliest "p" named storm to form since the National Hurricane Center started keeping records.
Three people in Texas and a family of five in Louisiana were reported dead Friday from carbon monoxide poisoning. In both instances, the people used portable generators to provide them electricity during power outages caused by the hurricane.
The commander-in-chief faces yet another crisis which will put him to the test and further shape the nation's perception of him.
The Category 4 storm left six six fatalities, extensive destruction and thousands without power after striking Louisiana and parts of Texas.
Aerial images show the water after Laura passed over the region earlier this week.