Posted by on October 6, 2017

Nate is a weak tropical storm but expected to reach at least minimal hurricane status before making landfall between LA and the Panhandle of FL. We have had our share of tropical systems and major hurricanes this year. Our prediction was for an active year of hurricanes and even major hurricanes. Expect some heavy rainfall in parts of the area but flooding in others. Wind will not be the main issue with Nate but the rainfall will be.


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