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Tropical Storm Nicholas forms, expected to bring heavy rain to SW Louisiana – New Orleans, Louisiana

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A tropical cyclone Nicholas is formed in southwestern Louisiana, which is expected to bring heavy rainfall



Their TARPSPU already has. We are tracking a lot in the tropics, but our eyesight is set to Nicholas. So we are now hitting a tropical cyclone so you can see that we are not conical, but we are still going to see the rain. So tropical cyclones. NI Tropical Cyclone. The Chola dynasty travels northwest at 14 miles an hour. It has a sustained wind of 40 mph. Now there are two scenarios we could see in the future. Of course, we are watching these models carefully. I would like to show them. This is a European model. It’s a fairly reliable global model. It will still rain us as it shows Nicholas slowly moving north, creating a typhoon in Texas, and then the Someatou crowing. That would be a really bad scenario for places like Houston and Galveston. I will make a lot of rain on them. But this is another model in Europe. Excuse me, American model. It’s a GFS model. This season is really reliable. It shows the landing of this moving typhoon, but soon turns east, which is the worst. That is a bad result for us. It will bring us even more rain. Even Thursday to our area through Midweek. So, the next 7 days of rainfall will exceed 10 inches of MS, and in places like Houston Galveston, it could rain up to 12 inches towards the Lake Charles area in the United States. We can see anything from around the 1-inch and half-rain in the Parish of Washington, and then say HMAOU GALLIANO down, probably like a 5-inch RNAI rain. We don’t need it, so be prepared. 5 inch INRA from PERHAP PU. It all depends exactly on what the storm does, and the model doesn’t figure it out right, so you get different results, but Nicholas continues to organize and strengthen the Gulf of Mexico. You can get better ideas on how fast this storm will move, how fast it will move east, and from there. You can get a really good grip on how much rain it will rain, but in the meantime, be prepared for heavy rain along the way. Nicholas now seems to be already raining part of the coast. We are already seeing the rain here. You can see us showering and heavy rain while Galliano and TTHA’s Grand Isle are raining right now. Then there are some other shower activities towards Houma. The North Shore doesn’t have a lot of rain there. So we’ll see off the scattered rain all night and keep watching for a bit tomorrow. More rain is still scattered from tomorrow to Monday, but by Tuesday it will be even more rainy. You can see it noticed here. There may be a shower. There may be a thunderstorm on Monday. Heading to Tuesday, we see all of the expected rain on Tuesday like this. Therefore, it may rain in the next few days from Monday to Thursday EX

A tropical cyclone Nicholas is formed in southwestern Louisiana, which is expected to bring heavy rainfall


A tropical cyclone, Nicholas, is formed and is expected to increase the chances of rain this week. Nicholas is in the southwestern bay. At the time of the 7 pm recommendation, the storm is heading north very slowly at 2 mph. The storm is expected to move along the Texas coast and approach Houston by Tuesday night. Nicholas gradually becomes stronger as it moves north, but is predicted to remain at the strength of tropical cyclones before landing. Southeastern Louisiana isn’t conical, but Nicholas will push tropical rains down our path. It can rain up to 5 inches in southeastern Louisiana, and 10 inches or more in parts of southwestern Louisiana. The WDSU Meteorological Team closely monitors Nicholas. Impacts on southeastern Louisiana include increased likelihood of rain later in the week.

A tropical cyclone, Nicholas, is formed and is expected to increase the chances of rain this week.

Nicholas is in the southwestern bay. At the time of the 7 pm recommendation, the storm is heading north very slowly at 2 mph.

The storm is expected to move along the Texas coast and approach Houston by Tuesday night. Nicholas gradually becomes stronger as it moves north, but is predicted to remain at the strength of tropical cyclones before landing.

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Nicholas is heading to Texas

Southeastern Louisiana isn’t conical, but Nicholas will push tropical rains down our path. It can rain up to 5 inches in southeastern Louisiana, and 10 inches or more in parts of southwestern Louisiana.

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Nicholas will bring heavy rain to parts of Louisiana

The WDSU Meteorological Team closely monitors Nicholas.

Impacts on southeastern Louisiana include increased likelihood of rain later in the week.

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