Coastal Flood Advisory in effect along the Florida Gulf Coast

As of 11:15 a.m. Saturday, the Storm Surge Watch in coastal Levy, Citrus and Dixie Counties has been replaced with a Coastal Flood Advisory.

While there is no longer the possibility of life-threatening inundation, coastal flooding will still be an issue.

The main window of concern will be around high tide on Sunday. A water rise of 2-4' will be possible.

Wind impacts from the storm are not expected.

Residents in the coastal areas of Dixie, Levy & Citrus Counties should pay close attention to the Gulf of Mexico and the progress of now Tropical Storm "Cristobal".

Stay with FOX 51 for the latest updates as we head through the weekend.