Nate makes 2nd landfall in Mississippi, weakens while spreading heavy rainfall inland

Hurricane Nate made a second landfall early Sunday in Mississippi, the first typhoon to make landfall in the mood since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, after trimming a virulent move through Central America that left at the least 21 parties dead.

Nate roared ashore with maximum held jazzs near 85 mph, but weakened afterward to a tropical sadnes as it moved inland, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.

As of 11 a. m. EDT, the NHC said Nate was centered about 40 miles southwest of Birmingham, Ala. and moving north-northeast near 23 mph.

The storm initially met landfall in southeast Louisiana in a thinly populated locality. The blizzard is now expected to creating 3 to 6 inches of rainfall from the primary Gulf Coast into the Deep South, along with the threat of isolated hurricanes from the Florida Panhandle and east Alabama across western and northern Georgia, according to the NHC.