Tropical Storm Nicholas slows, dumps rain along Gulf Coast
SURFSIDE BEACH, Texas (AP) — Tropical Storm Nicholas slowed to a crawl over southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana Tuesday after blowing ashore as a hurricane, knocking out power to a half-mill[San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] News San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
Eye Opener: Hurricane Nicholas slams the south
Nicholas has made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane, putting parts of Texas and Louisiana under threat of major flooding. Also, the youngest astronaut on SpaceX’s upcoming all-civilian crew pens a note to self. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.news.yahoo.com
Nicholas gets stronger, threatens to hit Texas as hurricane
HOUSTON (AP) — Tropical Storm Nicholas gathered strength Monday and threatened to blow ashore in Texas as a hurricane that could bring up to 20 inches of rain to parts of the Gulf Coast, including the[San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] News San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
Tropical storms vs. hurricanes: These are the important differences you should know about
Tropical Storm Nicholas is moving in to southeast Texas, which has many KPRC 2 viewers asking what’s the difference between a tropical storm and a hurricane. The KPRC 2 News desk has received this question more than any other on Monday, so we thought we’d break it down for you with information from our KPRC 2 meteorologists in our Hurricane and Flood Survival Guide.
Tropical Storm Nicholas takes aim at Gulf Coast as wildfire threat continues in West
Tropical Storm Nicholas is taking aim at Louisiana and Texas, which are still recovering from previous storms. Meanwhile, President Biden is visiting several western states hit hard by wildfires. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN's Tanya Riviero with the latest on the forecast.news.yahoo.com
Klein, Spring, Tomball, Conroe ISD Closed Tuesday, September 14 Due to Incoming Tropical Storm
Spring, Texas – All local school districts have announced that they will be closed on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 due to the potential impacts from Tropical Storm Nicholas. Klein ISD, Spring ISD, Tomball ISD, and Conroe ISD have all announced closures for Tuesday. In addition to the closure, all after-school activities on Monday have also been cancelled. Classes are preliminary scheduled to resume on Wednesday, September 15 unless further cancellations are deemed necessary.springhappenings.com
LIST: Beyond schools - These are closures of note across the Houston area as Nicholas moves in
Schools aren’t the only things closing across the Houston area as Tropical Storm Nicholas moves in. KPRC 2 is following all of the closures that are happening across our area, from major destinations to ports or shopping centers.
VIDEOS, PHOTOS: This is what the Houston area looks like as Hurricane Nicholas moves in
The Houston area is bracing for Tropical Storm Nicholas and many KPRC 2 Insiders and viewers are sharing images of their area as the weather moves in. Here are some of the images we are seeing that caught our attention.
Klein ISD Announces Tuesday Closure Due to Tropical Storm Nicholas
Spring, Texas – Klein ISD has announced that they will be closed Tuesday, September 14 due to the potential impacts from Tropical Storm Nicholas. In addition to Tuesdays closure, all after-school activities are cancelled for Monday, September 13. Both Klein ISD and Spring ISD have announced school closures. Conroe ISD says they will make a determination later this afternoon.springhappenings.com
Spring ISD Cancels Classes Tuesday Due to Tropical Storm Nicholas
Spring, Texas – The Spring Independent School District just announced that all schools and SISD offices will be closed on Tuesday, September 14 due to “hazardous weather related to Tropical Storm Nicholas.”In addition to the cancellation of classes Thursday, all after-school activities on Monday, September 13 have been cancelled. SISD is the first District in the area to cancel classes Thursday due to the incoming Tropical Storm.springhappenings.com
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo discusses TS Nicholas, resolution in opposition of Texas’ abortion law
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo will hold a news conference Monday at 3 p.m. to provide an update on county work to prepare for impacts from Tropical Storm Nicholas. She’s also planning to provide details of a resolution strongly opposing SB 8 that will be presented for a vote at Harris County Commissioners Court.
Flash flood watch in effect for parts of the Rio Grande Valley
A flash flood watch remains in effect for parts of the Rio Grande Valley until Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service in Brownsville reports heavy rains from Tropical Storm Nicholas could lead to possible flash flooding. The areas in the watch include coastal Cameron and Willacy counties and inland Cameron and Willacy counties. The NWS reports scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms producing locally heavy rainfall will be possible across the eastern portions of Deep South Texas tonight into early Tuesday morning. Rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches are expected across these areas with locally higher amounts possible.myrgv.com
Fort Bend County authorities discuss Nicholas as area preps for heavy rains, flooding
Fort Bend County Judge KP George and staff of the Fort Bend County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management are holding a news conference to discuss weather conditions related to Tropical Storm Nicholas and preparation for the possibility of adverse conditions including the potential for heavy rains and flooding in the county.
These live beach cameras show what it looks like as Tropical Storm Nicholas approaches the Texas coast
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 state’s coastal regions.
LIST: Houston-area school districts, colleges and universities announce closures, modified schedules due to Hurricane Nicholas
Some Houston-area schools districts have canceled classes due to the threat of severe weather posed by Hurricane Nicholas. Listed alphabetically, these are the school districts and schools that have canceled classes: