Update Oct. 8, 4:00 p.m.: Tropical Depression Nate will move through the East Tennessee region Sunday evening bringing rainfall amounts of two to four inches.

A majority of East Tennessee counties are under a Wind Advisory. The Great Smoky Mountains are under a High Wind Warning until early Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service in Morristown.

Wind gusts Sunday night may reach 40 to 45 miles per hour in the Valley and the Plateau. This could knock down trees and power lines causing short-term, isolated power outages. Winds may be stronger above 3,000 feet in the Smoky Mountains. Winds there could gust to 60 miles per hour.

Nate is also the ninth hurricane of the 2017 hurricane season.

Once Nate moves away from Tennessee on Monday, lingering moisture will keep rain chances elevated throughout the rest of the week.Another weak frontal boundary will also move through bringing in the chance for more showers and thunderstorms.

The 10News Weather Team will continue to bring you updates throughout the evening online and on-air.

Previous 9:00 a.m.: Nate made landfall near the mouth of the Mississippi River at 8 p.m. EDT and made a second landfall early Sunday morning as a Category 1 along the coast of Mississippi.

It has weakened rapidly over land and is now a Tropical Depression.

Rebecca Sweet said although we will likely see strong winds and heavy rain, it's not something we are unfamiliar with. Sweet said, "The best thing you can do is be prepared, bring in your garbage can, lightweight Halloween decorations, and other things that may blow around tonight."

Wind gusts Sunday night may reach 40 to 45 miles per hour in the Valley and the Plateau. This could knock down trees and power lines causing short-term, isolated power outages. Winds may be stronger above 3,000 feet in the Smoky Mountains. Winds there could gust to 60 miles per hour.

Localized flooding and flash flooding will also be possible from heavy rain.One to four inches of rain are expected with higher totals possible.

Nate is also the ninth hurricane of the 2017 hurricane season.

Once Nate moves away from Tennessee on Monday, lingering moisture will keep rain chances elevated throughout the rest of the week.Another weak frontal boundary will also move through bringing in the chance for more showers and thunderstorms.

The 10News Weather Team will continue to bring you updates on Nate online and on-air as the storm continues moving inland.