Forecasters say Tropical Storm Matthew is expected to move inland later this morning. Areas that could see remnants of the storm are from intracoastal city Louisiana east to the Alabama-Florida border. A forecaster with the National Weather Service predicts Matthew will "weaken rather quickly" as it heads north-northeast. He says by the time it reaches Mississippi, it should be "nothing more than a rain event." All in all, he says things "should return to normal" by tomorrow. He warns though that heavy rains and surge flooding still pose a threat. Tides up to four feet higher than normal have caused flooding in southeast Louisiana. An emergency preparedness director says Matthew has left "one humongous mess."