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Map: Tracking Hurricane Nicholas’s Path and Rainfall


Tropical Storm Nicholas made landfall as a hurricane early Tuesday morning in Texas. Some areas of the Gulf Coast could experience life-threatening flash floods, the National Hurricane Center said. The storm is expected to bring heavy rainfall through Thursday as it moves along the coast toward southern Louisiana, which is still recovering from last month’s Hurricane Ida.

For the latest updates, follow our coverage of the storm.



The New York Times·Source: NOAA

The storm could unleash up to 10 inches of rain in some areas. In addition to the risk of flash flooding, storm surge along the coast of Texas and Louisiana is also possible, the National Hurricane Center said.


Rainfall through Tuesday afternoon


Lafayette

Galveston

Freeport

Victoria

Waco

Mobile

Pensacola

Biloxi

Alexandria

Brownsville

Tyler

Vicksburg

Shreveport

Baton Rouge

Corpus Christi

Austin

Matamoros

San Antonio

Jackson

New Orleans

Houston

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Lafayette

Galveston

Freeport

Victoria

Waco

Mobile

Pensacola

Biloxi

Alexandria

Brownsville

Tyler

Vicksburg

Shreveport

Baton Rouge

Corpus Christi

Austin

Matamoros

San Antonio

Jackson

New Orleans

Houston

LA.

TEXAS

Lafayette

Galveston

Freeport

Victoria

Waco

Mobile

Pensacola

Biloxi

Alexandria

Brownsville

Tyler

Vicksburg

Shreveport

Baton Rouge

Corpus Christi

Austin

Matamoros

San Antonio

Jackson

New Orleans

Houston

LA.

TEXAS

Shreveport

Baton Rouge

Ft. Worth

Corpus Christi

Austin

Matamoros

San Antonio

Jackson

New Orleans

Dallas

Houston

LA.

TEXAS

San Antonio

Jackson

New Orleans

Dallas

Houston

LA.

TEXAS


The New York Times·Source: NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory MRMS Program



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