1. Oct. 8, 2017 4:00 PM EDT - President Donald Trump is reassuring people in Hurricane Nate's path. The storm was downgraded earlier Sunday to a tropical depression. The president said everything is "under control."
  2. Oct. 8, 2017 2:30 EDT - Clean-up is underway along parts of the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Nate blew ashore overnight Saturday, causing strong storm surge, flooding, and power outages. The storm is moving through parts of the Southeast as a tropical depression.
  3. Oct. 8, 2017 11:30 AM EDT - The National Hurricane Center has downgraded Nate to a tropical depression as the storm continues rolling across parts of the Southeast. Nate remains a dangerous storm as high winds and heavy rains knock down trees and power lines in its path.
  4. Oct. 8, 2017 10:45 AM EDT - As Tropical Storm Nate weakens moving inland over parts of the Southeast, the National Hurricane Center said a storm surge warning remains in effect for areas along the Mississippi-Alabama border and the Florida panhandle. A tropical storm warning was still posted east of the Alabama-Florida border to Indian Pass, Florida.
  5. Oct. 8, 2017 7 AM CDT: According to the National Hurricane Center's 7 a.m. CDT advisory, Tropical Storm Nate is "rapidly weakening but storm surge flooding continues" as heavy rainfall spreads over the Southeast. The storm has maximum sustained winds of 45 mph. Read more here.
  6. Oct. 8, 2017 6:12 AM CDT – NEW ORLEANS: According to the National Weather Service's New Orleans bureau, water levels are "falling off quickly" along the Mississippi coast and the Rigolets.
  7. Oct. 8, 2017 3:37 AM CDT: According to the National Hurricane Center's 4 a.m. CDT advisory, Nate is now a tropical storm with maximum sustained winds of 70 mph. The storm continues to move farther inland over Mississippi and Alabama and is expected to weaken rapidly. Read more here.
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