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#PC2StormStalkers: Eyes on Nicholas

After Mindy formed with the quickness of the smooth criminal, bringing a quick shot of gusty storms to the Panhandle of Florida & vicinity, before shooting off into the open Atlantic, we now have Nicholas, formed from the organizing of a tropical wave in the Western Gulf of Mexico.

His outer bands are already bringing some storminess to the Texas Coast as I type this lil article out.

As Monday presses on, expect the storminess to continue & expand from Brownsville to Lake Charles + vicinities, and several hundred miles inland, as ol’ Nick drifts north. That’s basically a certainty by this point. Tropical Storm Warnings are in effect for most of the Texas Coast, along with Flash Flood Watches, Storm Surge Watches & Warnings, & a Hurricane Watch for the just-in-case Nick becomes a marginal Cat 1 prior to landfall.

The models are in some disagreement as to speed & path. Nick may go slower or faster, and, after riding up the Texas Coast from his current center off the NE coast of Mexico, travel into the heart of Central/East Central Texas to chill here a while – or speed off northeast towards Louisiana & the rest of the Deep South. Be prepared across the South for Nick’s impacts, y’all. We here in #NorthTexas stand to get some much-needed isolated to scattered storms from Nick, too! Stay tuned to reliable info sources – including PC2S2 here!

We’re mainly looking at a heavy rain event, with winds secondary. As hinted at by the warnings issued, there is potential for storm surge up to 5-8 feet where the center goes along the coast. As is usual with tropical systems, tornadoes are an acute risk, too – especially in outer bands.


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