Remnants of Nate will impact parts of Tennessee


TENNESSEE: The latest forecast path for Tropical Storm Nate has the storm making landfall as a hurricane along the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts around 1 a.m. Sunday.

The storm’s projection model pus the center of Nate about 50 miles east of New Orleans when comes ashore. This is a fast-moving storm.

Tropical Storm Nate has killed 21 people already in Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Honduras. New Orleans officials have put a state of emergency in place.

After landfall, Nate moves eastward with impacting Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia. At 1 a.m. Monday, Nate is centered over East Tennessee as a tropical depression.

This is just Nate’s current projected path and there is still uncertainty with its track.


  • Be informed as to your local forecast, check road information, and be ready if local authorities issue warnings or emergency actions in your area.
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Christine Anne Piesyk has been a journalist for more than 50 years. Her credits include positions as Editor in Chief, Managing Editor, Staff Writer specializing in education, leisure living, food and arts and entertainment. She was co-producer, writer and on air persona for the Entertainment Review for 25 years. Now "retired," she finds herself working on online websites and as a book editor. In her other life, she is a costume designer in her daughter's company, Gemini Dream Designs.

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