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NPR Friday July 1, 2016
Nate slams into the Gulf Coast, thousands without power - up to 11-feet of flooding
Hurricane Nate made its second landfall near Biloxi late Saturday as a Category 1 storm with winds of 85 miles per hour, threatening parts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama with torrential rain and flooding. The National Hurricane Center said the storm surge along the Mississippi coast could reach 11 feet, according to AL.com.  On social media, people posted photos of flooding in Biloxi and other locations along the Gulf Coast. Widespread power outages were also reported throughout the coastal regions of Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, and the Florida panhandle. The center of the storm will move across the Deep South, Tennessee Valley and central Appalachian Mountains through Monday. Earlier Saturday, Nate passed to the east of New Orleans, sparing the city its most ferocious winds and storm surge. And its quick speed lessened the likelihood of prolonged rain that would tax the cityís weakened drainage pump system. The city famous for all-night partying was placed under a curfew, effective at 7 p.m., but...Read more