Saturday Nate Update

>> Saturday, October 07, 2017

Hurricane Nate is heading for a Saturday evening landfall along the central Gulf coast. The greatest issues with storm surge and wind will be along the Mississippi and Alabama Gulf coasts and to a somewhat lesser extent southeastern Louisiana and western-most Florida Panhandle. 

For the Carolinas, scattered showers will be with us Saturday, and a couple of rumbles of thunder are also possible. However, the more significant rains from this system will hold off until later tonight into Sunday.

Chances for areas of rain and storms will remain high Sunday and into Monday as well. It will not be a constant rain, but at any juncture, some showers or storms will be a possibility.

Soupy tropical air will remain in place through mid-week, so my forecast will continue to highlight scattered showers and storms.

Rainfall amounts over the next few days will be greatest in the mountains. In the mountains and the immediately adjacent foothills, 3-6" of rain are possible through mid-week. Piedmont rain totals will likely be in the 1-2" range with locally higher amounts. 


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