Monitoring conditions for Delta for Cruisin’ the Coast events

Day three of Cruisin’ the Coast is moving along. Cars were lined up along Highway 90 Tuesday morning until the gates finally let them in.

The number of Cruisin’ the Coast attendees are down from last year, but Monday at Cruise Central they still had about 2,400 stop by and grab their registration packet which is 35% of all that were registered.

While we are keeping an eye on Delta, many are wondering what the week will look like for Cruisin’.

News 25 talked with a few spectators from out of town that were anxious about how the storm might change plans. John Henderson is visiting from Indiana this year for his second time attending Cruisin’. “We drove our car down. We don’t have a trailer so for us it’s a little bit dicey.”

Cruisin’ the Coast Registration Director Craig Grisoli said, “We’re meeting with local and state officials and keeping an eye on the storm. We’re going to formulate a plan and push it out through local and social media and let everybody know. The safety of our participants, volunteers, and spectators is a paramount of importance to us.”

For now, all Cruisin’ the Coast activities are going forward as scheduled.

Stay alert on the WXXV Facebook page and our weather app for the most up to date information in between our newscasts.

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