World News Nate hits US Gulf as category 1 hurricane . [Previous story, published at 11:57 p.m. ELBERTA (USA CHILI) Nate, which is hurtling toward the US at maximum sustained winds of 75mph, has now been deemed a Category 1 hurricane. Any disruption in the inner core of Nate was short-lived as deep convection formed near the center prior to reemerging out over the warm ocean waters of the Gulf of Honduras early on October 6th. Media in category "Hurricane Nate (2017)" The following 52 files are in this category, out of … Of note was the extremely rapid north northwesterly motion that Nate attained. NWS US Dept of Commerce Latest on weather As of this writing (mid-October 2017), there have been 10 consecutive named storms in the Atlantic basin that reached hurricane status: Franklin, Gert, Harvey, Irma, Jose, Katia, Lee, Maria, Nate, & Ophelia. NASA GOES East & West Satellite Imagery Loop Weather Underground provides tracking maps, 5-day forecasts, computer models, satellite imagery and detailed storm statistics for tracking and forecasting Hurricane Nate Tracker. 240 PM CDT TUE OCT 24 2017 Questions? The high pressure system in the image above is the reason why. Numerous piers were damaged or destroyed. At Gulf Islands National Seashore, Fort Pickens Rd and a portion of Highway 399 between Navarre Beach and Pensacola Beach were significantly damaged and expected to be closed through at least early December 2017. However, only one death was reported and a damage of $2.84 million suffered. The Port of Pensacola was also closed during the hurricane. The highest storm total rainfall of 9.93 inches occurred at a CoCoRaHS site near Gulf Breeze in Santa Rosa County, FL. Wind gusts of 50+ mph were observed across the entire coastal area during Hurricane Nate with the strongest winds nearest to the center of Hurricane Nate across Mobile County, AL and George County, MS and also along the immediate coastline. A day later, a tropical storm watches were issued from La Cruz to Tampico and Veracruz to Punta El Lagarto.      NWS Jackson, MS Drought Marine Weather However, as part of its post-season routine, the NHC received data from an offshore oil rig in the southeastern quadrant of the system that yielded maximum sustained surface winds of 77 mph (124 km/h); as a result, Nate was re-designated as a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale while centered approximately 80 mi (130 km) north-northwest of Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico. Weather Radio Across southwest Alabama, scattered power outages and downed trees occurred throughout Mobile and Baldwin Counties after Hurricane Nate with the greatest coverage occurring on Dauphin Island in southern Mobile County. Please try another search. It made landfall near Biloxi, Miss., over the weekend. THIS REPORT INCLUDES EVENTS OCCURRING WHEN WATCHES AND/OR WARNINGS Media in category "Hurricane Nate (2005)" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. NW Florida Radar It was the 2017 Atlantic hurricane that lasted the longest since Hurricane Nadine that struck in 2012. Nate was the first hurricane in October to make landfall along the northern Gulf Coast since the 2002 Atlantic Hurricane Season (Hurricane Lili - more info, A breakdown of the CoCoRaHS rainfall reports from October 8th (not the entire storm total rainfall) can be viewed in the map below. TREES WERE DOWNED ACROSS A 200 YARD WIDE PATH IN THE PARK. 30.36 -87.16 999.8 08/0813 120/024 08/0418 120/039 08/0418 Several houses reported minor roof and shingle damage and one mobile home was destroyed after a tree fell on it during Hurricane Nate. The storm’s forward motion slowed a bit as the anticipated northward turn began. In the southern sections of the state, Nate produced several inches of rainfall. 30.30 -87.60 A list of land and marine wind gusts (converted to mph) can be found in the table below. Sorry, the location you searched for was not found. Bringing you the latest Hurricane Nate path updates, storm track, weather models and maps here. The very warm waters of the southwest Caribbean Sea likely contributed to faster than normal consolidation of low pressure across the region and the disturbance showed signs of strengthening almost immediately after the surface low began to take shape. At this time, the hurricane watch area was modified to Tampico to Tuxpan, and a hurricane warning was issued from Tampico to Veracruz. The wide spread of rainfall totals across the area can be seen in the image to the right (courtesy of NWS Birmingham). Two men drowned in the Gulf of Mexico near Fort Morgan (Baldwin County, AL) while attempting to rescue a child that fell into the high surf on the evening of October 9th. Awareness Weeks      NWS New Orleans By the next day, however, increasingly dry, low- to mid-level air wrapped into the circulation, causing associated convection to collapse. Strengthening Hurricane Nate is now expected to be a Category 2 hurricane at landfall on the central Gulf Coast in coming hours. Forecast Discussion      NWS Columbia, SC Peak storm surge inundation up to 3 feet occurred along the coastal portion of Escambia Bay and East Bay in Santa Rosa County, FL. In downtown Mobile, both Water St and Cochrane Causeway (south of the Cochrane Bridge) were flooded at the peak of the event. Tropical Storm Nate strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane with estimated maximum winds of 75 mph, the National Hurricane Center announced Friday night. And category one Hurricane Nate left 48 dead in Central America in October 2017. The highest wind gusts observed across the region were at Mobile Regional Airport with gusts to 66mph early in the morning on October 8th. [1], While accelerating west-northwest and eventually westward in response to an eastward shift in the ridge over Mexico, Nate moved away from cooler ocean temperatures, briefly allowing it to gain strength on September 10. Surface observations indicated that Nate weakened to a tropical depression by the 11am NHC advisory. On September 10, the tropical storm watch stretching from Veracruz to Punta El Lagarto was discontinued, and a tropical storm warning was issued from Tampico to Punta El Lagarto. Another CoCoRaHS observer in Crestview, FL (Okaloosa County) observed 8.15 inches of rain during Hurricane Nate. Nate was downgraded to a tropical storm prior to sunrise as frictional effects of land interaction and the increasing vertical wind shear began to substantially weaken the system. [1], Following Nate's declaration as a tropical cyclone, the Government of Mexico issued a tropical storm warning stretching from Chilitepec to Celestún, noting that tropical storm conditions were likely within 12 hours. Other notable storm total rainfall amounts (above 7 inches) occurred across Mobile and Baldwin Counties in southwest Alabama with 7.71 inches in Foley, 7.37 inches in Tillmans Corner, 7.20 inches in West Mobile, and 7.06 inches in Orange Beach, AL. Hurricane Nate made landfall on October 7 near the mouth of the Mississippi river and then near Biloxi, Mississippi as a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Scale. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Multiple locations were found. 22 houses and 2 mobile homes had minor damage from either surge or strong wind gusts. USGS Hurricane Nate Data Fire Weather The initial circulation that would become Hurricane Nate formed within an unusually large area of low pressure across Central America called a cyclonic gyre. It now looks like Nate is going to be Hurricane Nate within the next twelve hours and headed towards the Island. Nationwide People from southeast … Nate was the season’s fourteenth named storm and the ninth hurricane of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. [4] Operationally, the system attained its peak intensity with maximum sustained winds of 70 mph (110 km/h) and a minimum barometric pressure of 994 mb (29.35 inHg) on September 8.      NWS Lake Charles Nate’s 28 mph forward motion kept rainfall totals relatively low across the region (in comparison to rainfall totals produced by a slower moving system) with the highest amounts located on the east side of the hurricane. [1] In accordance with satellite imagery, surface observations from land and oil rigs, and data from a reconnaissance aircraft,[3] the disturbance was upgraded to Tropical Storm Nate, positioned roughly 160 mi (260 km) north of Villahermosa, Mexico. Hurricane Jose was a Category 4 hurricane which affected areas such as the northern Leeward Islands, Bermuda, Nova Scotia, Bahamas, and east of the US coast. USGS data from their rapid deployment gauge in Destin, FL (Okaloosa County) reported a peak surge of a little over 3 feet. Official NOAA/NOS/CO-OPS tide gauges were used to measure the maximum storm surge and storm tide across the area during Hurricane Nate. All NOAA. High tide occurred around the same time as Hurricane Nate made landfall, which further amplified the inundation issues for our coastal counties (across Alabama and northwest Florida). Mobile Radar [1], Within a weak steering environment between a mid-level ridge over northern Mexico and a mid-level ridge over the northern Caribbean Sea, Nate drifted slowly southwestward initially. A second landfall occurred just west of Biloxi, MS after midnight on October 8th. Storm surge was greatest on the eastern side of Hurricane Nate due to its angle of approach and forward speed. What's worse is that there is a 5% probability that Nate will be a category 4 or greater hurricane and, if the NHC's prediction about Nate's probable path is correct, it hits Friday morning. As mentioned in the next section, Nate holds the record for the fastest forward motion (28 mph) of a hurricane across the Gulf of Mexico. (Pictures taken by an off-duty NWS employee.) A hurricane watch was issued from Tampico to Veracruz, and three hours later, all tropical storm warnings were discontinued. More information on WeatherFlow can be found on their webpage. The highest surge inundation occurred along the eastern shore of Mobile Bay and points further north into the Mobile River Delta. Aviation Weather AND CORRECTIONS AS APPROPRIATE. There were approximately 25 houses that experienced surge flooding on the west end of Dauphin Island. West End of Dauphin Island (Public Beach Area). With cooler sea surface temperatures and low ocean heat content, the coverage of deep convection decreased and Nate weakened to a tropical storm at 0600 UTC on September 9. Air Quality, Current Weather Nate spawned at least four EF0 tornadoes across the area and numerous waterspouts. The fourteenth named storm and fourth hurricane of the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season, Nate originated from a frontal trough in the Bay of Campeche on September 7. 03:00PM - Hurricane Nate has made landfall on the Gulf Coast of the United States, packing sustained winds of more than 135km/h. Land interaction with the Central American coastline caused some modest disruption in Nate’s cloud pattern but winds remained at or above tropical storm force (>39mph), mostly to the east of the low level center. Several houses in that area, as well as along the Dog River, experienced 2-3 feet of flooding inside structures due to surge. Hurricane Nate was a Category 1 storm when it made landfall early on the morning of Sunday, Oct. 8 outside Biloxi, Mississippi, but was downgraded to … It has weakened once again to … Hurricane Nate made landfall near the mouth of the Mississippi River Saturday evening as a Category 1 storm with maximum winds of 85 miles per hour. The EF0 tornado in Baldwin County touched down in Waterfront Park in the Orange Beach area where it downed approximately 20 trees. The EF0 tornado in Butler County, AL produced sporadic tree damage in the far northeastern portion of the county between County Road 75 and Highway 31. Along the gulf side of Baldwin County, moderate to major beach erosion occurred in the Gulf Shores and Orange Beach areas. Climate Plot for Mobile The picture to the right show the damage from the brief EF0 tornado in Mobile County that occurred near our office in West Mobile. Several piers were damaged in Santa Rosa County. 22 houses and 2 mobile homes had minor damage from either surge or strong wind gusts. These animations show the extent of erosion across area beaches and barrier islands after Hurricane Nate. Satellite presentation continued to improve as Nate threaded the needle of the Yucatan channel between Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and the west coast of Cuba. A time series from the USGS rapid deployment gauge can be seen to the right. An estimated 4500 houses were without power due to the hurricane in Washington County with another 4200 houses without power in Clarke County. The Port of Mobile was closed through mid-day on October 9th. Though classified as a tropical storm operationally, data during a post-season review indicated that Nate briefly attained Category 1 hurricane status on the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale on September 8. Legend: Within a weak steering environment, the storm meandered southwestward while gradually gaining strength. Following peak intensity, the storm's broad wind field and slow forward motion led to significant ocean upwelling. XGLF-GULF BREEZE (WEATHERFLOW) Downed trees and power outages were also noted in Greene and Wayne Counties in southeast Mississippi after Hurricane Nate. As of 8 p.m. Hurricane Nate caused minor damage in southeastern Mexico in mid-September 2011. Formed: November 23, 2023: Dissipated: December 5, 2023 (Extratropical after November 30) Highest winds: 1-minute sustained: 165 mph (270 km/h) Lowest pressure: 896 mbar ; … Below are some of the regional impacts... Jump to - Rainfall, Wind, Storm Surge, Tornado, Post-Tropical Cyclone Report, or Additional Information sections. Hurricane Nate; Category 5 major hurricane (SSHWS/NWS) Nate off the Carolinas on November 28. Local Data Past Events On the west end of Dauphin Island in southern Mobile County, 6 feet of sand was deposited along a 3 mile stretch of Bienville Blvd. Nate was the fourth hurricane to strike the United States or its territories. Unfortunately, there were two deaths directly related to Hurricane Nate (rip current related). This large area of low pressure interacted with abnormally high oceanic heat content across the western Caribbean Sea to set the stage for tropical cyclone formation. The fourteenth named storm and fourth hurricane of the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season, Nate originated from a frontal troughin the Bay of Campeche on September 7. ET] Hurricane Nate made US landfall Saturday night as a Category 1 … Hurricane Nate was an Atlantic hurricane that formed in the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season.It came close to Bermuda, but it stayed at sea.Nate was the 14th named storm and 7th hurricane of the 2005 season. The rugged terrain of Mexico caused Nate to rapidly weaken once inland, and the cyclone degenerated into a remnant low by 0000 UTC on September 12, about 20 mi (30 km) west of Poza Rica, Mexico. [5] Ten contractors for Geokinetics were forced to abandon their lifeboat after evacuating the Trinity II rig. Hurricane Nate made its first landfall as a Category 1 hurricane near the mouth of the Mississippi River. As of this writing (mid-October 2017), there have been 10 consecutive named storms in the Atlantic basin that reached hurricane status: Franklin, Gert, Harvey, Irma, Jose, Katia, Lee, Maria, Nate, & Ophelia. Maximum sustained winds at landfall were 85 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). Thanks to our emergency management partners and the NWS Office in Birmingham, AL for helping us survey these tornadoes after Hurricane Nate. Nate has sustained winds of 85 mph, making it a Category 1 hurricane. Student Volunteers. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) began watching the waters east of Central America for development on October 2nd. The image to the right is a v. iew of the storm surge along the Causeway over Mobile Bay at daybreak on October 8th via the ALGOTraffic website and Alabama Department of Transportation. Numerous downed trees and power lines occurred across Clarke, Choctaw, and Washington Counties in southwest Alabama. 31.02 -87.40 135/029 08/0703 150/036 08/0704 30.54 -87.90 175/033 08/0702 195/038 08/0804 Hurricane Nate caused minor damage in southeastern Mexico in mid-September 2011. The highest values across our area were observed in Mobile County, AL where peak surge inundation was generally 4-6 feet based on official tide gauges. LOXLEY (USA CHILI) Of note was the extremely rapid north northwesterly motion that Nate attained. Nate made its second US landfall near Biloxi, Mississippi, shortly after midnight local time Sunday as a Category 1 hurricane. Nate quickly took on a north-northeasterly motion after landfall as the circulation came under the influence of the mid-latitude westerlies. Hurricane Nate, which is moving northward in … About Our Office Beach Forecast The depression was upgraded to Tropical Storm Nate on October 5th. Hurricane Nate slammed into the Mississippi coast on Sunday with destructive winds and torrential rains that flooded streets and highways throughout the region as the fast-moving Category … On September 11, Nate moved ashore Mexico as a tropical storm, producing several inches of rainfall and damaging several hundred structures. A breakdown of the CoCoRaHS rainfall reports from October 8th (not the entire storm total rainfall) can be viewed in the map below. WF stands for a WeatherFlow site and USA CHILI refers to the University of South Alabama mesonet. POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE NATE...UPDATED The highest surge inundation occurred along the eastern shore of Mobile Bay and points further north into the Mobile River Delta. Far West End of Dauphin Island                                                 West End of Dauphin Island (Public Beach Area), Dauphin Island                                                                                               Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan                                                                                                       Fort Morgan. As a result of its slow motion, the storm caused significant upwelling, leading to a marked decrease in convection, and weakening accordingly. HURRICANE Nate is the fourteenth storm of its kind to be formed in the Atlantic during the 2017 hurricane season. Further east into Escambia County in the northwest Florida panhandle, official tide gauges indicated peak storm surge inundation of approximately 3 feet along the immediate coastal areas of the Pensacola Bay system. Nate was the 14th named storm of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season and the 9th hurricane. Hazardous Weather Outlook National Weather Service Tropical Storm Nate is expected to hit New Orleans as a Category 1 hurricane. NWS Local Write-Ups and Webpages: Observations, Climate Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 35 miles (55 km), primarily to the east of the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 125 miles (205 km). $$ Graphical Weather Ready Nation, Additional Info 30.41 -87.60 125/028 08/0310 115/037 08/0305 [7] Throughout Veracruz, 839 homes were damaged by the storm.      NWS Blacksburg, VA, Current Hazards Get Prepared Submit Storm Report, Radar Imagery 30.56 -88.10 999/034 08/0633 999/040 08/0748 OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA. JASON BEAMAN, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Research Windows were also blown out of vehicles at a car dealership, as well as window damage to the dealership building itself. Climate Plot for Pensacola, Weather Safety This data, along with generally favorable conditions for strengthening in the hurricane’s path, led to increasing intensity forecasts with Nate now forecast to make landfall as Category 2 Hurricane late on October 7th or early on the 8th. 3. The surge in Baldwin County resulted in the damage of just under 200 piers, 62 of which sustained major damage and 2 of which were completely destroyed. Early on September 8, a tropical storm watch was issued from Celestún to Progreso.      NWS Birmingham Observed Precipitation [9], Hurricane Nate at peak intensity to the west of the, "Tropical Storm Nate Likely To Become Hurricane", "Three oil workers die after evacuating rig in storm", "Body of last oil worker found in Gulf of Mexico", "Tropical Storm Nate makes landfall in Mexico's Veracruz state", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hurricane_Nate_(2011)&oldid=990226657, Wikipedia articles needing factual verification from October 2017, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 23 November 2020, at 14:48. Within a weak steering environment, the storm meandered southwestward while gradually gaining strength. Nate was the 14th named storm of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season and the 9th hurricane. At 1600 UTC on September 11, the system made landfall near Barra de Tecolutla, Mexico, with winds of 45 mph (75 km/h). All hurricane watches were discontinued, and during the afternoon hours, all tropical storm warnings were discontinued. It was the fastest-moving tropical cyclone ever recorded in the Gulf of Mexico. NHC Tropical Cyclone Report - Hurricane Nate NOAA Tides & Currents - Archived Storm QuickLooks Photo. Fort Pickens Rd had 3 feet of sand covering it with 4 feet of sand deposited on some of the parking lots. Hurricane Nate Expected To Hit Gulf Coast As Category 2 Hurricane Nate is intensifying as it takes aim at the U.S. Gulf Coast. Nate crossed northeastern Nicaragua and eastern Honduras as a tropical storm, then madelandfa ll on the northern Gulf Coast as a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Tornado Museum Hurricane Hunter aircraft measured winds of 90mph and a central pressure of 981mb prior to the 11am NHC update. [8] A child was killed in Pánuco when a lightning-struck tree fell on his home. Fast Access A 12-hour average of the system’s motion early on October 7, Nate was the 14th named storm of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season and the 9th hurricane. SKYWARN As the center of circulation left behind the detrimental effects of land interaction, the steady strengthening process resumed with Nate becoming the season’s 9th hurricane early on October 7th. Nate made its first landfall near the mouth of the Mississippi River around 7pm on October 7th with winds of 85mph. ATMORE (USA CHILI) Satellite 10/ It has since been downgraded to a tropical depression as it moved inland. The Highway 90 Causeway over Mobile Bay was closed due to significant flooding.      NWS Tallahassee The majority of this document will focus on the impacts from storm surge and winds across southeast Mississippi, southwest Alabama and northwest Florida. The series of animated GIFs below show the National Geodetic Survey aerial imagery from Dauphin Island and Fort Morgan before and after Hurricane Nate. 15/ Hurricane Nate was the 14th named storm, and the seventh hurricane of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, forming several hundred miles east of the East Coast of the United States.Nate moved to the northeast, became a hurricane, bypassed Bermuda (despite initial predictions of a threat to the island), then moved east and weakened to a tropical storm, then turned back to the northeast, … Please Contact Us. Local As mentioned in the next section, Nate holds the recor… Rapid forward motion would continue up through the eventual US landfall, which had large implications for impacts along the northern Gulf Coast with a larger than usual extension of the highest wind speeds near and to the east of the center’s location. Nate was the first hurricane in October to make landfall along the northern Gulf Coast since the 2002 Atlantic Hurricane Season (Hurricane Lili - more info here). NOTE: THE DATA SHOWN HERE ARE PRELIMINARY....AND SUBJECT TO UPDATES In southeast Mississippi, numerous trees were downed throughout George County. Damage from the wind also occurred to a factory in Calvert (far northeastern Mobile County). Hurricane Nate. Along the gulf side of Baldwin County, moderate to major beach erosion occurred in the Gulf Shores and Orange Beach areas. Curved convective banding was evident on satellite imagery during the day on October 4th, therefore NHC upgraded the disturbance to Tropical Depression #16 during the 11am update. The hurricane later struck southeast Louisiana and southern Mississippi as a Category 1 hurricane. Parts of the Dauphin Island Parkway were also closed due to storm surge during the event. Though an abundance of dry air was expected to limit a rapid rate of intensification, warm sea surface temperatures and light to moderate wind shear allowed for gradual strengthening. WASHINGTON...WAYNE...WILCOX 10/. Nate was a The pictures below show the storm surge survey in the Bayou La Batre and Coden communities. [verification needed], On September 5, a frontal trough, the same responsible for the extratropical transition of Tropical Storm Lee, passed through the western Gulf of Mexico before stalling in the central Gulf of Mexico and Bay of Campeche. Strengthening is expected before landfall, and Nate is forecast to be a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale when the center reaches the Gulf Coast. 10/ English: Hurricane Nate, a hurricane in October 2017 in the Caribbean Sea (16L). Upper level winds were not conducive for tropical cyclogenesis but the area of disturbed weather had the potential to develop with time as the upper level winds slackened. 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