Hurricane Nate
is building an heading toward Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama/Florida.

In its 7 a.m., advisory, the National Hurricane Center said the Category 1 storm was located about 245 miles south southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River and headed north northwest with maximum sustained winds of 85 mph.

"We are expecting Nate to continue to strengthen today (Saturday)," said Mike Brennan, senior hurricane specialist with the NHC. "We are expecting the hurricane to make landfall on the north central Gulf Coast late tonight or early Sunday morning."

National Hurricane Center

Our hearts are with those in the path of this storm.

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