Kansas City, Missouri 2021-09-13 07:19:26 –
The National Hurricane Center predicts that a tropical cyclone, Nicholas, could land on the Gulf Coast by Monday night.
At 4am CT on Monday, Nicholas continued northward at 14mph, hugging the coastlines of Mexico and Texas, packing up to 60mph.
NS National Hurricane Center A project in which Nicholas continues to move north and eventually land on the Texas coast between Corpus Christi and Galveston on Monday evening or Tuesday morning.
Authorities predict that some coastal areas of the state may experience a “hurricane” from Monday afternoon to Tuesday morning. Published by NOAA Hurricane clock For the expected landing area.
According to the NHC, Nicholas could cause “life-threatening” storm surges and flood the coastal area between Port Alansus and the Straits of San Luis.
Upon landing, Nicholas may turn northeast following a corner of the state’s coastline. The storm could bring heavy rains to the Houston area before moving to Louisiana. Louisiana is a state devastated by Hurricane Aida just a few weeks ago.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott said on Sunday that Texas had begun “mobilizing resources” in preparation for the storm.
“This is a heavy rain, wind, and perhaps a storm that can cause floods in various areas along the Gulf Coast,” Abbott said in a video posted on Twitter. “We encourage you to listen to the weather warnings and be aware of local warnings from local authorities.”
Tropical Cyclones Nicholas can leave the potential for heavy rains, winds and floods in different areas along the Gulf Coast.
The state began mobilizing resources on Saturday to support local civil servants.
Be aware of warnings from local authorities and try to avoid high water.
Texas, please be safe. pic.twitter.com/YhsduKBWjq
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) September 13, 2021
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