Tropical Storm Nicholas is expected to strengthen as it approaches the Texas coast, threatening to bring heavy rain and floods. Tropical storm warnings have been issued for many of the Houston area’s coastal regions.
From weather advisories and forecast models to photos and videos from the field, the social media accounts listed below are providing accurate, up-to-the-minute information on the storm.
KPRC 2 meteorologists
The KPRC 2 Weather team is tracking Nicholas as it approaches the Gulf Coast.
Jeff Lindner, Meteorologist and Director of Harris County Flood Control District
- Twitter: @JeffLindner
Casey Curry, Houston broadcast meteorologist
- Twitter: @CaseyWeather
National Weather Service Weather Prediction Center
- Twitter: @NWSWPC
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
- Twitter: @NOAA_HurrHunter
Offices of Emergency Management
County and state-level OEMs that provide evacuation plus information from local and state officials
State of Texas Division of Emergency Management
- Facebook: facebook.com/TexasOEM
Harris County Office of Emergency Management
Harris County Flood Control District
- Facebook: facebook.com/hcfcd
Galveston County Office of Emergency Management
Brazoria County Office of Emergency Management
- Twitter: @BrazoriaCounty
Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management
Chambers County Office of Emergency Management
- Facebook: facebook.com/ChambersCountyTexas
Local and State Government
Sylvester Turner - Mayor of Houston
Greg Abbott - Governor of Texas
Lina Hidalgo - Harris County Judge
K.P. George - Fort Bend County Judge
KPRC 2′s severe weather resource guide:
Track flooding in your area online at www.click2houston.com/floodtracker , provided in partnership with the Harris County Flood Control District. Additionally, you can also download Frank’s Free Weather App on your phone to receive flood alerts specific to your area. Please stay informed and remember to Turn Around, Don’t Drown!