Tropical Storm Nate Prompts Gulf Coast Hurricane Watches Ahead of Weekend Landfall; Hurricane Threat For Cancún Tonight....

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Tropical Storm Nate Turns Deadly
Tropical Storm Nate is being blamed for a rising death toll in Central America as it takes aim at the U.S. Gulf Coast. Meteorologist Danielle Banks explains.

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The center of Tropical Storm Nate is now back over the Caribbean Sea north of Honduras.

Nate will make its closest approach to Cancún and Cozumel Friday night, where a hurricane watch and tropical storm warning is in effect.
Preparations should be rushed to completion in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.
Nate will then make landfall along the northern Gulf Coast late Saturday night or early Sunday as either a hurricane or a tropical storm.

Hurricane and storm surge watches have been issued for the U.S. northern Gulf Coast.
Nate will produce a swath of heavy rain from the Gulf Coast to the Appalachians and possibly parts of the Northeast.

Torrential rain will also trigger serious flash flooding and mudslides in much of Central America the next few days.

Tropical Storm Nate is now back over the warm water of the northwest Caribbean Sea, poised for a strike on Cancún and Cozumel tonight, then on the northern Gulf Coast Saturday night and Sunday, where hurricane watches have been posted.
(MORE: U.S. Gulf Coast Preparations Underway | Hurricane Central)
Happening Now

Nate's center is currently about 230 miles south-southeast of Cozumel, Mexico, moving north-northwest about 15 mph.

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Story Highlights
The center of Tropical Storm Nate is churning over the Caribbean Sea north of Honduras.

Nate will make its closest approach to Cancún and Cozumel Friday night, where a hurricane watch and tropical storm warning is in effect.

Preparations should be rushed to completion in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.
Nate will then make landfall along the northern Gulf Coast late Saturday night or early Sunday as either a hurricane or a tropical storm.

Hurricane and storm surge warnings and watches have been issued for the U.S. northern Gulf Coast.

Nate will produce a swath of heavy rain from the Gulf Coast to the Appalachians and possibly parts of the Northeast.

Torrential rain will also trigger serious flash flooding and mudslides in much of Central America the next few days.

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Tropical Storm Nate has is gaining strength over the warm water of the northwest Caribbean Sea, poised for a strike on Cancún and Cozumel tonight, then on the northern Gulf Coast Saturday night and Sunday, where hurricane warnings have now been posted.

Tropical Storm Nate is nearing hurricane strength in the southern Gulf of Mexico with its sights on the northern Gulf Coast Saturday night and Sunday, where hurricane warnings have been posted. Nate is expected to become a hurricane early Saturday.

This is a developing weather story, for the latest forecast on Nate, including expected impacts along the U.S. Gulf Coast....
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