In Galveston, it's business as usual after Cindy

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Miya Shay said people in Galveston are waking to find themselves in good shape after Cindy.

As high winds and rain made their way across the Houston area from Tropical Storm Cindy, reporter Miya Shay was in Galveston watching developments there.

After some pelting rain earlier this morning along the fishing pier on 81st Street, things are calmer although the wind continues to pick up. The Tropical Storm Warning has been cancelled for the area.

WATCH: Miya Shay pelted by Cindy's rains
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As Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall on the Texas-Louisiana border, Miya Shay found herself caught in the rain in Galveston.



Officials in Galveston were busy over the last few days making preparations across the city.

Residents on the island have obviously seen so many storms over the years. For now, it looks like they have been spared the worst.

There have been no reports of injuries or any damage in Galveston associated with Tropical Storm Cindy.

WATCH: How Galveston prepared for Cindy
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Storm preparations underway in Galveston for Tropical Storm Cindy, Tracy Clemons reports.



The hope for now is that things don't get any worse.

Beach Patrol was out late last night as the surf began to get a little rough, but that didn't keep people from enjoying the beach.

WATCH: What Miya is seeing on the island this morning
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The rains have stopped for now, but the wind is picking up, Miya Shay reports.

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