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Alabama governor: Decide now what to do

Saturday, October 07, 2017 - 00:50

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey urged residents to ''decide now'' on what they're going to do to respond to Hurricane Nate as forecasters predict the state will likely be hit hardest. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) After hitting the U.S. Gulf Coast, Hurricane Nate is likely to veer to the northeast and cut through Alabama, the state likely to be hit hardest. Republican Governor Kay Ivey urged residents in areas facing heavy winds and storm surges to take precautions. Between four and eight inches of rain will fall from far southern Mississippi and northern and western Alabama to northern Georgia, middle and eastern Tennessee, western North Carolina and the Virginia Panhandle, AccuWeather forecast. Nate will mark the fourth major storm to slam the United States in the current hurricane season, following Harvey, Irma and Maria, which devastated Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, respectively. But as a Category 1 or 2, the weakest in the five-category ranking used by meteorologists, Nate may not pack the same punch as its predecessors.

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Alabama governor: Decide now what to do

Saturday, October 07, 2017 - 00:50