Nate made landfall in southeast Louisiana overnight and then made a second landfall near Biloxi, MS shortly afterward. Although the storm was expected to strengthen to category 2 status prior to making landfall, it didn’t strength quite as much as anticipated and was a category 1 storm. You can read more about the damage Nate caused here. Nate is no longer classified as a hurricane or tropical storm, weakening to be just an area of low pressure with wind gusts as high as 50 mph.
Nate will have an impact on our weather here in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio as the remnants quickly track northeastward. Clouds will increase during the remainder of today with some showers possible this evening and overnight. A few showers may linger into the middle of the day Monday, but we should see some clearing as the day wears on. So, overall, our impacts remain limited. We’re not expecting much in terms of wind with this system as it passes off to our east, either.