Reports: Over 60,000 without power as Nate pushes inland

Nate made a second landfall along the Gulf Coast early Sunday morning and will continue to unleash heavy rain across the South into Monday.

The storm made its first landfall in far southeastern Louisiana near the mouth of the Mississippi River on Saturday evening. A second landfall occurred near Biloxi, Mississippi, around 12:30 a.m. CDT Sunday.

Nate weakened to a tropical storm around 3:30 a.m. CDT Sunday.

The threat for flooding rain, damaging winds and power outages will spread northeastward as Nate continues to swiftly move inland through Sunday.

Over 60,000 customers are reportedly without power across Mississippi and Alabama.

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BILOXI,MS-OCTOBER 7, 2017: The eye of Hurricane Nate pushes ashore at a category 1 storm in Biloxi, Mississippi October 7, 2017. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
BILOXI,MS-OCTOBER 8, 2017: Lanny Dean, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, takes video as he wades along a flooded Beach Boulevard next to Harrahs Casino as the eye of Hurricane Nate pushes ashore in Biloxi, Mississippi October 8, 2017. Hurricane Nate flooded the parking garage and first floors of Golden Nugget, Harrahs and other casinos as it made a second landfall on the Mississippi coast as a category 1 storm. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
BILOXI,MS-OCTOBER 8, 2017: Lanny Dean, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, takes video as he wades along a flooded Beach Boulevard next to Harrahs Casino as the eye of Hurricane Nate pushes ashore in Biloxi, Mississippi October 8, 2017. Hurricane Nate flooded the parking garage and first floors of Golden Nugget, Harrahs and other casinos as it made a second landfall on the Mississippi coast as a category 1 storm. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
BILOXI,MS-OCTOBER 8, 2017: Lanny Dean, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, takes video as he wades along a flooded Beach Boulevard next to Harrahs Casino as the eye of Hurricane Nate pushes ashore in Biloxi, Mississippi October 8, 2017. Hurricane Nate flooded the parking garage and first floors of Golden Nugget, Harrahs and other casinos as it made a second landfall on the Mississippi coast as a category 1 storm. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
BILOXI,MS-OCTOBER 8, 2017: Hurricane Nate flooded Beach Boulevard next to Harrahs Casino as the eye of Hurricane Nate pushes ashore in Biloxi, Mississippi on October 8, 2017. Hurricane Nate flooded the parking garage and first floors of Golden Nugget, Harrahs and other casinos as it made a second landfall on the Mississippi coast as a category 1 storm. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
GULFPORT,MS-OCTOBER 7, 2017: Kevin and Stacy Marlow, from Vaiden, Mississippi, search for driftwood on the beach ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Nate as night falls in Gulfport, Mississippi on October 7, 2017 in Gulfport, Mississippi. Hurricane Nate is expected to make landfall on the Mississippi Gulf coast near midnight local time. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
BILOXI,MS-OCTOBER 7, 2017: The Mississippi Gaming Commission closed the 12 casinos in south Mississippi including the Hard Rock in Biloxi, Mississippi ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Nate on October 7, 2017 in Biloxi, Mississippi. .Hurricane Nate is expected to make landfall on the Mississippi Gulf coast near midnight local time. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
MOBILE,AL-OCTOBER 7, 2017: Traffic streams east over Mobile Bay which is under a hurricane warning as Hurricane Nate approaches the northern Gulf Coast on October 7, 2017 in Mobile , Alabama. Nate is expected to make landfall in the overnight hours as a category 2 storm. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
PASS CHRISTIAN,MS-OCTOBER 7, 2017: Charles Jackson, front, Immanuel Hubbard, center and Rober Butler board up Mother Cluckers at the Pass Christian Port Harbor Marina as Hurricane Nate approaches the northern Mississippi Gulf Coast October 7, 2017 in Pass Christian, Mississippi.. Nate is expected to make landfall in the overnight hours as a category 2 storm. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
Storm clouds hang over downtown New Orleans as Hurricane Nate moves into Souther Louisiana on October 7, 2017. Residents in three states along the US Gulf Coast scrambled to complete preparations Saturday ahead of Hurricane Nate as officials warned conditions would turn treacherous after sunset. Nate was forecast to arrive late Saturday as a Category Two hurricane, packing winds topping 90 miles per hour as it churned in the Gulf of Mexico. The storm killed at least 28 people in Central America. / AFP PHOTO / Bryan Tarnowski (Photo credit should read BRYAN TARNOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
Business owners board up their restaurant in the French Quarter as Hurricane Nate approaches the U.S. Gulf Coast in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S. October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
Jackson Square is seen empty in the French Quarter as Hurricane Nate approaches the U.S. Gulf Coast in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S. on October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
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