Heavy rains began arriving in metro Atlanta late Sunday morning, as now Tropical Depression Nate continues moving into the area.

At 10:31 am, the National Weather Service advised that heavy rains may cause temporary street flooding, especially in poor drainage areas.

A strong thunderstorm was reported moving into the path of Atlanta, Marietta, Canton, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, East Point, Kennesaw, Woodstock, Acworth, College Park, Holly Springs, Hapeville, Fair Oaks, Midtown, Grant Park-Zoo Atlanta, Kellogg Creek, Vinings,Sweet Auburn, Piedmont Park and Cascade Heights.

At 10 am, the National Weather Service said all coastal warnings related to the storm have been discontinued.

On the forecast track, Nate's center will continue to move inland across the Deep South, Tennessee Valley, and central Appalachian Mountains through Monday.

Winds have decreased to near 35 mph (55 km/h) with higher gusts. Little change in strength is predicted during the next couple of days, but Nate is forecast to become post-tropical on Monday or Tuesday.

At around 1:30 a.m. EST, the storm made landfall near Biloxi Mississippi about 5 hours after first hitting the coast earlier near the mouth of the Mississippi River. Nate then had maximum winds of 85 mph.

MORE | Tropical Storm Nate continues moving north

TIMELINE | The path of Tropical Storm Nate and what it means for Georgia

Hurricane and storm surge warnings were issued Friday morning for parts of the Gulf Coast ahead of Nate, covering parts of the Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama coastlines.

Keep checking back on this page for the very latest on the storm.

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