From the Spaceflight Meteorology Group:
At 10AM CDT Friday, June 5, Tropical Depression Cristobal was located at 20.0 N 89.9 W or 730 miles southeast of JSC, moving north at 12 MPH. Maximum sustained winds were 35 MPH.
TD Cristobal is forecast to continue moving north for the next couple of days. As Cristobal moves into the southern Gulf of Mexico later today some intensification is forecast. Cristobal should regain tropical storm intensity this evening. Cristobal is forecast to make landfall in the northern Gulf coast, most likely Louisiana Sunday evening as a tropical storm.
JSC is not in the error cone at this time. Impacts to JSC Sunday night and Monday should be minimal with some thunderstorms possible in the vicinity or just off to the east.
The next advisory will be issued late this afternoon.
Tropical Weather Info from National Hurricane Center: