As Hurricane Nate makes landfall, heavy rains impact Grand Isle
GRAND ISLE - As Hurricane Nate makes landfall in the United States, heavy rains are already impacting Grand Isle.
The Grand Isle Police Department uploaded this video to its Facebook page showing flooded roads.
Landfall is projected near the mouth of the river then east of the Louisiana state line along the Mississippi Gulf Coast Saturday evening. Nate could strengthen some as it moves toward landfall, with winds possibly increasing up to 105mph. In coastal Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, storm surge could be a significant threat, possibly up to 11 feet.
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