The data available from the buoys is telling the strongest winds (sustained:20 knots, gusts:30 knots) are around the mouth of the Mississippi.
According to NHC/NOAA, the most likely path will take the center of circulation right over Houma. However, with no eye, and the disturbance only generating a broad, loosely-organized rotation, it would be difficult for this storm to pose even a mild threat to Houma.
Further east, there are areas preparing for the possibility of 10 inches of rain an hour. The storm is radically lopsided to the east. Scant clouds appear to the west.
More to come. Thanks for reading.
Jay C. “Jazzy J” Theriot