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Where will Tropical Storm Nicholas make landfall? Track the storm here – Riverside, California

Riverside, California 2021-09-13 06:23:07 –

Tropical Cyclone Nicholas The Gulf of Mexico will continue to intensify, with heavy rains and strong winds. Potentially a hurricane, it is projected to land in Texas later today.

According to the 4 am CDT recommendation from the National Hurricane Center, the tropical cyclone Nicholas has a maximum wind speed of 60 mph.

Storms can bring 8 to 16 inches of rain to most of the Texas coast and 5 to 10 inches of rain to southwestern Louisiana.

Strong tropical cyclone winds extend 115 miles from the center and should reach Texas this morning.

The storm is located 166 miles south of Corpus Christi and is moving northwest at 14 mph. It is expected to weaken as it moves to land.

Uncertainty cone: View the latest NHC graphics

Satellite image: See the latest satellite images from NOAA for a clearer image of the storm magnitude

At Corpus Christi, authorities are preparing to close Beach Access Road 4, and Kingsville ISD has canceled classes on Monday. Floods are expected in this area.

According to the National Weather Service, tropical cyclones Nicholas can cause strong winds and heavy rains.

Latest Data on Tropical Cyclone Nicholas

This is the latest data on tropical cyclone Nicholas drawn from the National Hurricane Center’s 400 am CDT Monday, September 13, 2021 recommendation.

  • position: 166 miles south of Corpus Christi
  • Maximum sustained wind: 60 mph
  • Movement: 14 mph northwest
  • pressure: 1,001 MB (Millibar)
  • When the next advisory will be released: 7:00 am CST

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