Nate weakens as it moves further inland

Hurricane Nate sped through the Gulf Coast as a Category 1 storm, knocking out power for more than 100,000 customers across the region.
0:46 | 10/09/17

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All right, Nick, thank you. In the northeast the remnants of hurricane Nate are moving in. Ginger is tracking that system for us. Good morning, ginger. Hey, good morning. This is what it looked like in Mississippi when hurricane Nate made landfall late Saturday into early Sunday morning. More than six feet of storm surge was reported. Now we see Nate moving to the north and east. We've already seen 12 reported tornados from north and south Carolina over the weekend and now it's all just rain and heavy at times in parts of New York and Pennsylvania. Much of the northeast going to see this. You could end up seeing pockets in the next 24 hours of two to three inches of rain but it has lost a lot of steam and it is going to move very quickly. Another thing we've got to talk about coming up not only red flag warnings in California but snow in Denver this morning, David. Snow in Denver. A little bit -- She had to say it. She did.

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