Tracking Nate: Storm Heading Out of Our Area
The Alabama News Network Weather Authority team of meteorologists is tracking the aftermath of Hurricane Nate as it moves out of our area. Nate made landfall around 12:30 Sunday morning near Biloxi, Mississippi.
In our part of Alabama, the storm’s biggest impacts have been downed trees and power lines. There have been heavy amounts of rain in some spots, with an estimated 7.4 inches in the southern part of Covington County, south of Andalusia.
We have a full array of tools to help you track the remnants of Nate as it moves away.
You’ll want to download our latest Weather Authority App, which you’ll find free in your app store. This will allow you to stay up-to-date wherever you go with tracking information, radar and current conditions.
Here are other places to go for the latest information: