The Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore was there when hurricanes Harvey and Irma came ashore earlier this year and now is on the Gulf Coast tracking Tropical Storm Nate. He’s moved from Mississippi to the beaches of Alabama, where he believes the impacts of Nate will be strongest.
The Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore was there when hurricanes Harvey and Irma came ashore earlier this year and now is on the Gulf Coast tracking Tropical Storm Nate. He’s moved from Mississippi to the beaches of Alabama, where he believes the impacts of Nate will be strongest. Getty image
The Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore was there when hurricanes Harvey and Irma came ashore earlier this year and now is on the Gulf Coast tracking Tropical Storm Nate. He’s moved from Mississippi to the beaches of Alabama, where he believes the impacts of Nate will be strongest. Getty image

Jim Cantore has left Mississippi and is headed to Alabama coast

October 06, 2017 01:34 PM

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