Watch live: Ahead of Marco and Laura, John Bel Edwards updates storm preps at 11:30 a.m., 6 p.m.

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    Governor John Bel Edwards listens as Dr. Alex Billioux speaks Thursday, August 20, 2020, on the current status of the spread of Coronavirus in Louisiana at the State Capitol in downtown Baton Rouge, La.

    Governor John Bel Edwards speaks Thursday, August 20, 2020, on the current status of the spread of Coronavirus in Louisiana at the State Capitol in downtown Baton Rouge, La.

    Governor John Bel Edwards listens as Dr. Alex Billioux speaks Thursday, August 20, 2020, on the current status of the spread of Coronavirus in Louisiana at the State Capitol in downtown Baton Rouge, La.

    Governor John Bel Edwards speaks Thursday, August 20, 2020, on the current status of the spread of Coronavirus in Louisiana at the State Capitol in downtown Baton Rouge, La.

    As tropical storms Marco and Laura continue on their paths towards the Gulf coast, Governor John Bel Edwards will address the state of Louisiana twice Sunday regarding preparedness and updated forecasts.

    The pair of storms, which are anticipated to become hurricanes, are both expected to impact the Gulf this week. Marco could bring heavy rain, storm surge and gusty wind on Monday and Tuesday, National Hurricane Center forecasters have said.

    Laura could then bring more rain, damaging winds and coastal flooding on Wednesday and Thursday. Forecasters have said that Marco’s impacts could make preparations for Laura more difficult.

    Tropical storms Marco and Laura have continued on their paths towards the Gulf Coast, according to the latest National Hurricane Center update.

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