Hurricane-force winds extend up to 40 miles from the center of Nate, while tropical-storm-force winds currently reach up to 125 miles from the center. These winds are mainly occurring east of Nate’s center, something commonly seen with hurricanes moving this fast. Tropical-storm-force winds are now spreading onshore along the northern Gulf Coast. Water levels have exceeded 3.5 feet above normal tides at Mobile, Alabama (Coast Guard station), Saturday evening.

Source: Hurricane Nate Makes First Landfall; Storm Surge, Destructive Winds, Flooding Rain Expected | The Weather Channel

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