Photos show Hurricane Nate's destruction in the Gulf Coast and Central America
Hurricane Nate flooded the Gulf Coast as it made landfall in the US over the weekend.
The center of the storm first hit land at the mouth of the Mississippi River, then again near Biloxi, Mississippi.Before that, the storm killed at least 22 and caused heavy flooding in Central America.
Nate was the ninth hurricane of what has already been an extremely active Atlantic hurricane season. There have been 15 named storms in the Atlantic this season, counting the newly formed storm Ophelia, which is likely to become the tenth hurricane - though that one is no threat to land.
Even though Nate didn't hit with the destructive force of storms like Harvey, Irma, and Maria - all of which made landfall as major hurricanes - it still caused heavy devastation, showing just how destructive the forces of nature can be.
Here are a few images that show Hurricane Nate's impact.