Stripped of its tropical-storm status and demoted to a "depression," Cindy nonetheless is generating what the National Hurricane Center calls potentially "life threatening" rains in the Gulf region.
Storm totals could approach 15 inches, the center says.
At mid-day Thursday, the center of the system was in south-central Louisiana and was forecast to arch toward the Tennessee Valley.
Locally, the National Weather Service in Mount Holly says that some of Cindy's leftovers could get picked up by a slow-moving front and contribute to showers on Saturday.
The Storm Prediction Center, in Norman, Okla., has the region in the "marginal" risk zone for severe weather on Saturday.