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desensitizes aggravated nerves with the max strength lidocaine available. icyhot lidocaine patch & cream. . hello and welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the world. i'm michael holmes. thanks for your company. we do begin this hour with hurricane nate, which is is taking a second swipe at the southern u.s. the category 1 storm making a second landfall along the gulf coast of mississippi with drenching rains and damaging winds. there is no mandatory evacuation in mississippi, but the state's governor did urge people to head away from the gulf for their own safety. nate made its first landfall on the u.s. mainland in the southeast part of louisiana just a few hours ago. a state of emergency remains in effect for parts of mississippi and biloxi's mayor tells cnn a
big corp big worry, the storm surge. martin, we've been watching your live shots the last couple of hours. conditions have gotten worse on that storm surge. brings up to date. >> reporter: all of a sudden, it's just as if someone turned the tap and the problem that has been the worry is the storm surge and that's still here. you can't tell because we've lost so much power, lights have been going out here, but the ocean gulf is now right over u.s. highway 90 here. in fact, highway 90 is just one big river waterway here. you've seen a lot of debris flowing down that. that's been the worry, especially for the first responders. that's the major east/west roadway they could use along the waterfront. they have others.
that's one reason there is a curfew in effect and why they told some 12 hotels and casinos shut down because they were worried about having a large tourist population along the wart front should something go horribly wrg. this is not a worst case scenario as hurricanes go. it's a strong one blowing in, it's coming at night and coming at high tide. that's what's blowing the storm surge that they're estimating is at seven to 11 feet. the first responders are here keeping an eye because they want to see how high the water goes as well. but the rain has just stopped completely. this is a high moving storm. and that's to the benefit of keeping it from strengthening. think of it as trying to run at full speed and drink a glass of
water at the seat time. you can't. that's true of this storm. it could not gain its strength from the water as it might normally do because it's moving at 23, 24 miles an hour, which means it should move on quickly inland. michael? >> which would be good news of course. it is incredible how the rain stops and starts like that. when it comes to the storm surge, as you point out, high tide is a factor as well. is the sense there that this is as bad as it will get? >> it is. we're right at that period of high tide. and since it also should be right about that time that nate is coming assure and the fahore have quit and the rains seem to have subsided, we're hoping this is as bad as it gets here in biloxi. they're watching it very, very carefully. as i say, much of the public has remained indoors as they should
and they battened down the hatches so if this is as bad as it gets, they'll be okay. >> martin savidge there getting a little bit of a respite. last hour he was getting pummelled there. let's get the latest in on nate's status. meteorologist ivan cabrera joins us now. i don't know if you saw martin last hour but he really was getting hammered but it seems to have stopped. what's going on? >> perfectly good reason for that. he was in the eye wall. and martin savidge is now in the eye of hurricane nate literally, right underneath the eye here. this is the eye of the hurricane. it has now moved or begun to move on sure so we've gone from 70, 75 mile-an-hour wind gusts on that northern eye wall, which is the most potent part of this system. now things have quieted down. this is why hurricanes are so
dangerous. people think the danger is over and sometimes they're just under the eye. there's not much of a southern eye wall. i think the worst is coming in now. we've been talking about the storm surge that has moved in. in fact, parts of biloxi underwater. we've been showing you some dramatic pictures that have taken in the storm surge, the gulf of mexico overtaking some areas here, including highway 90. emergency responders reporting dozens of roads underwater at this hour, as you would expect. winds gusting anywhere from 20, 40, 50 miles an hour. but again, we're going to go down to five and ten miles an hour. there in biloxi, 68 mile-an-hour winds in gulfport, 73, 74 is technically a hurricane. and the damage you'll get from a category one is what you'll be seeing here. now, the storm as it makes
landfall in the next hour, the core winds will continue to be an event as far as the rainfall and gusty winds. we could have additional power outages heading into the next couple of days. i just don't think they'll be as strong with that southern eye wall pretty much missing. storm surge still a factor here in the next three to six hours. still have to watch that high tide coming in as well. that will continue to flood some areas here, the worst we've seen between five and six feet of storm surge, moving through parts of biloxi. as far as the surge that we have recorded, there it is pascagoula coming in. that was a north wind that was born with some significant surge there as well.
at this point conditions improving. not much has been going on there as far as wind and rain. there's the storm. we still have the red. that's indicating tornado watches. we have a couple right now that are active east of where you see the watch here near man ma cipa. so that threat will remain with us as we get through tonight. an additional danger we cover when we're talking about a land hurricane. i don't think this is going to be a huge deal as far as wind but we are going to get some pretty good rain. i don't think we'll have a huge issue with flooding and this is booking through the fastest moving hurricane in the gulf of exco, 25 miles an hour.
that usually doesn't happy until the storm gets picked up by the as far as the heaviest rain in the next couple of days, we are going to be looking at totals anywhere from two to as high as 4, 5 inches and perhaps isolated areas in the next 24 to 367 hours. right now, moving through biloxi and now you're seeing that erie, calm eye right on top of michael savidge there. >> i suppose you look at it in the context of this hurricane season and certainly what we saw from irma and maria, this could have been a lot worse. >> this was never going to be an irma a and two things that favor
rapid intensification. so this can go from a pretty tropical storm to a high-end hurricane in a quick amount of time. the reason it didn't was because of its forward speed. if this had been churning for hours, we would be seeing a different animal here. this is the third hurricane to hit the united states in six weeks and that hasn't happened in almost a decade. >> exactly. fast moving, good thing in case. ivan cabrera there. as the u.s. deals with hurricane nate, millions of people across central america are beginning the recovery process from now that storm killed at least 28 people. reuters reported more than half a million people do not have clean water at the moment.
18 news don't have electricity. landslide landslides. >> we have serious damage to. this is a call to the whole country. we will also talk to other communities to help. we will ask them to clean the roads if possible and not cause risk to these people. >> the las vegas shooter left some hints behind. coming up on the program, this note was found in his hotel room. a source is telling us what was written on it. also trump, you he's headed off to a republican fund-raiser but he wasn't any less mysterious about it. we'll be right back.
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hurricane nate nate making a second landfall. the norm is moving north along the mississippi coast with winds of 85 miles or 137 kilometers an hour. some areas could get up to ten inches or 5 sent mooters. and they expect dangerous storm surges. almost a full week after the worst mass shooting in modern u.s. history, police in vaus well, now we're getting new information about a note found in his hotel room. now stephanie elam with more from las vegas.
>> reporter: call being layings. that's what investigators now believe that the numbers written on the note pad found in the student's sweat of course having this one piece of information doesn't help at all with the motive, which is the one thing that is still very much frustrating investigators. they say it's unclear why a 64-year-old man would do such a heinous crime. but we do have a little bit more information about the man who may have really helped stop this from being a much more tragic event. it's hard to believe that we could even think of that. but here's what they're saying jesus campos did. he was responding because he works for mandalay responding, he was responding to an open door alarm on the 32nd floor
several doors down from where the shooter was staying. remember, the shooter had cameras out in the hall. they believe the shooters saw the him on the camera and starts to engage with him. because of camos's quick le if it hasn't been for him, it would have taken first responders much longer to figure out what he was using. a hoon. >> stephanie elamm. >> president trump is back after traveling to greenboro for a high-stakes fund-raiser.
he arrived in a steady rain. before leaving the white house, he did speak with reporters who had to shout questions over the roar of the presidential helicopter. have a listen. >> you people ever rest? >> reporter: [ inaudible ]. >> well, if we could make a deal at least on a temporary basis because obamacare has exploded, it's gone. the premiums are through the roof. if we could make a temporary deal because ultimately we'll have it back in the states. but if we made a difference here, i think it would be a great thing for the people. obamacare is is a disaster. the numbers are out. it's ploding like i doesn't
everyone. >> nothing. >> and that was fake news. that was fake news by nbc, sir. >> what about john kelly? >> i've known harvey weinstein for a long time. independent not at all surprised to see it. >> what about john kelly? >> john kelly is one of the best people i've ever worked with. he's doing an incredible job. he told me for the last two months he loves it more than anything he's ever done. he's a military man and he doves doing this more than anything he's ever done. he will be here, in my opinion, for the entire seven remaining
back across prp cabrera was saying, looks like you're in the eye at the moment. tell us what you're, today and i w was, we're going to funnel through the building. we're at the golden hug so if you're going to get the east wide done the water came in very fast and other layers explained we had to retreat the he frp but
with that died down now, you have a lot so the east and to the north of the center, the good thing is the worst has passed it there in biloxi but the floodwaters continue. >> you've covered a few of these storms, you've chased a few of them. s feeling is how do we look at that storm search. it would have been worst. what are you thinking. >> this is the category three hurricanes. imagine if a category two or three hurricane or even a four hurricane and it would be a absolutely devastating with water in excess of ten to let's
still several feet deep here in biloxi, even though the wind has subsided. greg, as i say, do you this pretty much for a living. tell us about the importance of serven whether all you knew. against i got that. >> okay. mother nature -- prn. accuweather storm chaser reed timmer. thing you to you it if.
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could be a long, ainge shut night for people along the gulf coast. to be concerned is rn because the ka sen owe seems a biloxi. the people did hold their hands. can see that's probably enate strength and where is it if. >> it could have been picked a better spot or horse spot depending how you look a at it. we've gone from that, washwe were just an hour ago into the 70s, there you see wind gusts of 45 miles an hour. that can cause additional damage
here but the worst will begin to subside as this now is making land fall and it will mack look, wins, we've been talking about these dangerous winds. this is a gust but that's bad enough having these kinds coming in at almost 90 miles an hour. at kaetler when the storm makes land fall, urs that will begin to diminish over the neb hour or so. we've been showing you some pictures and depending on and
additional tornadoes being spawned by the storm. look at new orleans there. not much has been going on there thankfully. we've been seeing quiet within can bes. either rain fall biloxi. near biloxi. it has been him a second -- now there official second landfall from category 1 hurricane nate in mississippi. >> thanks for that, ivan. let's get a fewview from the ground now.
what's going on there now? how has it been. >> well and the wind is pushing the water up north. what you see hyped me might be rather hard to make up on the bow ear prsh strong clip from south to north back over this we and that is that storm is moving north, purning a lot of the water here back inland. and that is what that storm surge is about. it's what that storm surge is being monitored and, we're a
little too close toin tourng hurricane films with no deal. i'm bushing with the rain call. that is what per mets throughout the day there's been a sense of complacency, perhaps, but at least at the have i minimum, a very relabsed sense and a who lot of preem from a lot of people we saw across mississippi and alabama as well. even though it is the overnight hours, there's that concern that people might be able to get themselves in a different situation. that's one thing baby responders that not many people were
extremely dangerous of the pag also her cane of the course money. it is tothis storms continues to push its way north and moving rather quick and stuff. >> and thousands of people without power as well. thanks so much. appreciate that. of a dare ra bring in okay, well, we had storm permanent reports of one gust up around 70 mile-an-hour. so it's not quite as bad as we
feared, if frnl if they said right, what have been your concerns and what remain your concerns? >> you know, we had a structure fire that we had to go out and fight right in the height of the storm when we were seeing some very -- there's a lot of 45, 40, 50 mile-an-hour gusts. that's a very dangerous situation to have wind driven fire like that. we do have flooding here in gulfport highway 90, which is impossible for several areas, we're getting records some some of the other flowed. >> when you compare it to the possibilities, i knows, and
threw -- >> >> can we're definitely feeling blessed this time. >> what's your message tos people in your area that you have to be cape of them. and i'm people in the low-lie are pb think come up with t thethis more myself. you can't get the ro lo of exhif s could psh. >> good advice the fire chief of gulfport,
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september 3rd was north korea's largest to date. it triggered an earthquake and international reaction was swift. the u.n. security council passed new sanctions, donald trump threatened to destroy north korea and kim jong un warned his next test would be over the pacific ocean. but the people 120 miles from the test site didn't know about the nuclear blast or the internation international reaction that would follow. >> what the [ bleep ]. is this an earthquake in my apartment? >> many rushed outside to safety. >> this is where you were when the earthquake happened. >> this man, a butcher, was asleep in his bed. >> so were you scared? >> all of a sudden, everything began shaking back and forth so i ran outside and everyone was saying it was an earthquake. i had no idea what was going on.
>> reporter: an entire city thinking about the same thing, though collectively starting to connect the dots. >> translator: a bit later, we realized it was the north koreans. >> translator: i'm worried about the radiation. it could really hurt us. >> reporter: concerns over raid escaping from the test site have increased with each explosion. so were concerned it could collapse. china said it has not detected anything of the sort and that its military keeps a vigilant watch over air levels. >> translator: i have a
4-year-old daughter. i'd like to move to beijing or shanghai but i don't have the money. >> reporter: it's fair to say people are nervous about the constant nuclear activity going away from here. but there's also this pervasive sense that there's not much we can do about it. so life goes on, right? so restaurants are still open, there's still outdoor recess and there's still a concerted effort to look past a problem that's becoming increasingly hard to ignore. >> and we continue to follow hurricane nate as it hits the u.s. gulf coast. in catalonia, protests on the streets on saturday but these demonstrators were calling for dialogue. many carried white balloons and signs saying "let's talk." this follows last weekend's vote for independence.
it's not yet known if the catalon president will actually declare independence next week. >> on the 65th birthday of the russian president, vladimir putin, activists are demanding this be his last year in office. monitors say more than 200 pro tessers were detained. -- protesters were detained. mathieu chance has more from st. petersburg. >> reporter: though the kremlin dismisses him as a fringe political figure, but the truth is, russia's main opposition figure has become a thorn in the side of vladimir putin. what do you think are the
chances of president putin leaving and alexei taking his place? what do you think are the possibility? >> there is the chance to change everything in russian political life. >> and across russia similar protests unsanctioned by the kremlin were teld hp and they're asking their leader be allowed to stand during presidential elections here next year. >> translator: i'm not satisfied with the current situation in the country. i'm not happy with the
authorities. we practically don't have freedom of speech. we have strict censorship in television and the only party against putin isn't allowed to take part in the elections. >> it would be a massive climbdown to allow him a presidential bid. he's been convicted in a criminal case, excluding him formally from office. but his popular online campaign against official corruption has struck a cord against many russians. you may not be poised to topple president putin. >> meanwhile, authorities a ghana's capital are investigating a natural gas explosion that sent that massive fire ball into the sky on say fight. incredible images there. >> one local radio said a number
of pee -- known as atomic junctionion near a transit hub and sent terrified eyewitnesses running for their lives. in saudi arabia, an attacks on after a gunman opened fire outside the palace gates. the gun man was a 28-year-old saudi national and and reportedly -- king. >> coming up, we'll take you to puerto rico where people are still waiting for help, two long weeks after hurricane maria
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made a second landfall. it made its first landfall near the mouth of the mississippi river. the effects will be felt all the way from louisiana to florida. officials expect dangerous storm surges. they've already seen some of that. also falling trees and downed power lines. more than 7,000 moments are without power in alabama at the moment. nate has carved a power of destruction killing at least 28 in coast rica. and in puerto rico, hope is in
low supply. >> weeks after the hurricane, life here comprised of waiting in line for one service or another. at 8 a.m., the line for ice is two blocks long. >> reporter: i was talking to this family. they were telling me they've been here since 1 a.m. the plant official was supposed to open early this morning but that has yet to happen. and also there's been a 20% increase for the price of ice. >> and this woman came to get ice for her epileptics sister. she was turned away because she
didn't have medical document tags. we asked why costs have gone up? she said because costs for diesel has gone up. >> reporter: and the government isn't helping you with that? she said no, it has to come totally out of pocket. >> and this is what we arrived to r t to, a hospital official tells us there haven't been any storm related deaths. mark thorpe is the commander of a federal relief team assisting. >> the challenge here is getting everything here. >> reporter: he know there is are rumors about a lack of urgency on relief evidefforts. and it's taking a toll on him. >> when the hurricane over, we
were here. >> reporter: i know it's hard. across the street, it's a different problem. another long line. this one at a local bank. we're told the bank system collapsed and no one here is going to get any money. this man came to stand in line for five hours. he said he has no other choice. >> reporter: everything is money here, everything is money. >> everything is money. >> reporter: locals say they're leaving each day as if it's the first day after the storm, desperate for help but now they've lost hope. nick valencia, puerto rico. >> a long way to go. thanks for watching "cnn newsroom." our coverage of hurricane nate continues after the break. copd makes it hard to breathe.
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hello and welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the world. i'm michael holmes. thanks for your company. well, hurricane nate thrashing the u.s. gulf coast with drenching rains, damaging winds and a dangerous storm surge. the category 1's first landfall was at the mouth of the mississippi river in southeast louisiana just a few hours ago. the fast-moving storm has just in the last hour made a second landfall along the gulf coast at biloxi mississippi and the worry is the resulting storm surge. you can see it there just how high the waters have been rising. waves lapping at the doors of the golden nugget casino in bi.