Parts of Florida still under alert due to Hurricane Nate

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As Category 1 Hurricane Nate moves in the Gulf of Mexico at a storm sprint toward land, parts of the Florida Panhandle remain under hurricane watch, storm surge warning and tropical storm warning, according to Miami Herald.

The 8 a.m. National Weather Service advisory keeps Florida’s two westernmost counties, Escambia (county seat Pensacola) and Okaloosa (which has Fort Walton Beach), under those three weather alerts. There’s a tropical storm and storm surge watch from the county line between Okaloosa and Walton coutnies to Indian Pass.