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Place : LaPlace
Geo Path : Laplace,St John The Baptist,Louisiana,U S
lat : 30.06368   lon : -90.48404

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Bob Henson said: “It could rain a few inches in southeastern Louisiana, where Aida struck,” External link

floridanewstimesTuesday, September 14, 2021 5:32:00 AM CEST

Adam Douty said: “As long as the center of Nicholas remains off the coast, there is the risk for strengthening and the possibility for it to reach Category 1 hurricane intensity prior to landfall,” External link

digitaljournalTuesday, September 14, 2021 12:39:00 AM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "This is a storm that could leave heavy rain, as well as winds and probably flood in various different regions along the Gulf Coast," External link

abcactionnewsMonday, September 13, 2021 11:55:00 PM CEST

Greg Abbott announced: “The State Operations Center has increased its readiness and is prepared to assist local officials in their response to Tropical Storm Nicholas,” External link

nypostMonday, September 13, 2021 5:03:00 AM CEST

Reed Timmer said: "Even if it's a tropical storm or Category 1 hurricane, this is going to be a life-threatening surge," External link

google-top-stories-innovatieTuesday, September 14, 2021 5:49:00 AM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "This is a storm that could leave heavy rain, as well as wind and probably flooding, in various different regions along the Gulf Coast. We urge you to listen to local weather alerts, heed local warnings," External link

kxxvMonday, September 13, 2021 5:15:00 PM CEST

Adam Douty said: “The biggest impact with it is the rain, primarily due to its slow movement,” External link

news-yahooMonday, September 13, 2021 3:02:00 PM CEST

Greg Abbott said: “This is a storm that could cause heavy rains, as well as winds and possible flooding in various regions on the coast that faces the gulf. We urge you to listen to the local weather warnings, to heed the local warnings, ” External link

bullfragMonday, September 13, 2021 10:56:00 AM CEST

David Paul said: "We're now looking at a possible landfall around Matagorda Bay (southwest of the city) early Tuesday morning as a 65 mile-per-hour storm. That puts us on the wet side of the system. And by Tuesday night, a tropical storm could be sitting over the center of downtown Houston," External link

CBSnewsMonday, September 13, 2021 10:33:00 AM CEST

Steve Murray said: “the bay looks like a washing machine” External link

news_com_auTuesday, September 14, 2021 2:53:00 PM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "Texans throughout the Gulf Coast should prepare now for the impact of Tropical Storm Nicholas, which is expected to bring severe rain and flooding to these communities," "The State of Texas is working closely with officials on the ground to provide the resources and support needed to keep our communities safe, but it is up to all Texans in the path of this storm to take precautions, heed the guidance of officials, and remain vigilant as this severe weather moves through Texas" External link

watchersTuesday, September 14, 2021 8:59:00 AM CEST

John Bel Edwards wrote: "All of Southern Louisiana - but especially Southwest Louisiana - should keep a close eye on Tropical Storm Nicholas," External link

longbeachstarMonday, September 13, 2021 1:36:00 AM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "Texas has deployed swift-water boats, helicopters and high profile vehicles to help local authorities with rescue efforts arising from flooding and high winds," External link

newsbreak-USAWednesday, September 15, 2021 4:19:00 PM CEST

Scott Trahan said: “If you get your butt whipped about four times, you are not going to get back up again. You are going to go somewhere else,” External link

click2houstonMonday, September 13, 2021 11:46:00 PM CEST

Sylvester Turner said: "This city is very resilient. We know what we need to do. We know about preparing," External link

thecourierTuesday, September 14, 2021 9:24:00 AM CEST

Bob Henson said: "There could be several inches of rain across southeast Louisiana, where Ida struck," External link

click2houstonMonday, September 13, 2021 11:46:00 PM CEST

Scott Trahan said: “If you whip your butt about four times, you won’t get up again. You’ll go somewhere else,” External link

floridanewstimesTuesday, September 14, 2021 5:32:00 AM CEST

Jim Rouiller said: “I would call it a serious threat,” External link

en-finance-yahooMonday, September 13, 2021 7:07:00 PM CEST

Lina Hidalgo said: “What I need each resident to do is get where you need to be by 6 p.m. and stay there,” External link

cbs17Tuesday, September 14, 2021 5:57:00 AM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "We urge you to listen to local weather alerts and heed local warnings from local officials," "Be sure to avoid high water and the affects of flooding. And be safe" External link

usaTodayMonday, September 13, 2021 1:53:00 PM CEST

Marc Henri said: "They're not really sure where exactly where the rain is going to fall so we have to be prepared for all the 20 inches to fall right here in Galveston County," External link

CBSnewsMonday, September 13, 2021 10:33:00 AM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "People who are in the region affected by the storm need to be prepared for extreme high-water events, including flooding and potential damage caused by the rainfall," "And there's always the possibility that other storms, such as tornadoes being spawned" External link

azcentralWednesday, September 15, 2021 3:04:00 AM CEST

Rob Miller said: “Some rain from Nicholas will reach coastal Texas on Sunday afternoon, well ahead of the storm, with the storm itself impacting southeastern Texas on Monday night into Tuesday,” External link

digitaljournalSunday, September 12, 2021 7:17:00 PM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "It seems like every time we have heavy rain in the Houston area there are people who do drive into high water, and they sometimes lose their vehicles, and even worse, sometimes lose their lives. Your life is the most important thing that you have," "Be cautious as you travel about the Houston area in the Harris County area for the next few days" External link

newsweek-USATuesday, September 14, 2021 11:57:00 PM CEST

Adriana Navarro said: "Under the dark of night, Nicholas unleashed wind gusts as high as 150 km/h (95 mph) near where it made landfall, causing all manner of damage, and drenching rains that, combined with storm surge, resulted in widespread flooding," External link

watchersTuesday, September 14, 2021 11:01:00 PM CEST

Sylvester Turner said: “This storm could have been a lot worse for the city of Houston,” External link

gulf-timesWednesday, September 15, 2021 12:28:00 AM CEST

Tom Sater says: "Even with an earlier landfall in southern Texas, this storm has the potential for widespread flash flooding. Houston can easily have problems with 4 to 5 inches of rain," "More than that will create bigger problems" External link

wsvnMonday, September 13, 2021 1:34:00 AM CEST

John Bel Edwards said: "One of the most distressing parts of this is the heaviest rain now is expected to fall in the areas that were most devastated by hurricane Ida," External link

google-top-stories-innovatieWednesday, September 15, 2021 2:26:00 PM CEST

Brian McNoldy said: "It's stuck in a weak steering environment," External link

wftvWednesday, September 15, 2021 3:10:00 AM CEST

Rob Miller added: “The shear is expected to lessen a bit tomorrow, which may allow the system to continue to strengthen from a weak tropical storm into a strong tropical storm,” External link

digitaljournalSunday, September 12, 2021 7:17:00 PM CEST

Bel Edwards said (about Hurricane Laura): "I know that bracing for another storm while we're still responding to and trying to recover from Hurricane Ida is not the position that we wanted to be in, but it is a situation that we are prepared for," External link

ABCnewsTuesday, September 14, 2021 8:58:00 AM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "We will continue to closely monitor this storm and take all necessary precautions to keep Texans safe," External link

cbs17Sunday, September 12, 2021 6:06:00 PM CEST

Nic Hunter said: “Hope and prayer is not a good gameplan,” External link

guardianMonday, September 13, 2021 3:26:00 PM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "The State of Texas is working closely with officials on the ground to provide the resources and support needed to keep our communities safe," External link

google-top-storiesTuesday, September 14, 2021 5:57:00 AM CEST

Greg Abbott said (about Ida Storm): "Texans throughout the Gulf Coast should prepare now for the impact of Tropical Storm Nicholas, which is expected to bring severe rain and flooding to these communities," External link

nbcnewsTuesday, September 14, 2021 12:04:00 PM CEST

Craig Brown said: “What caught us a little by surprise was the speed of the winds,” External link

metro-usTuesday, September 14, 2021 4:12:00 PM CEST

Bob Henson said: “The most severe threat to Louisiana is in the southwest portion of the state, where recovery from Hurricane Laura and the May flooding is ongoing. In this area heavy rain and flash flooding are possible. However, it is also likely that all of south Louisiana will see heavy rain this week, including areas recently affected by Hurricane Ida," Edwards said. At 5:30 AM IST , the centre of the storm was forecasted to pass near or just offshore the coasts of northeastern Mexico and South Texas on Monday, and hit south or central Texas on Monday night or early Tuesday. Its maximum sustained winds were clocked at 40 mph (65 kph) and it was moving north-northwest at 12 mph (19 kph). Gradual strengthening is possible until it reaches the coast Monday night or early Tuesday. The storm was expected to bring the heaviest rainfall west of where Hurricane Ida slammed into Louisiana two weeks ago. Although forecasters did not expect Louisiana to suffer from strong winds again, meteorologist Bob Henson at Yale Climate Connections predicted rainfall could still plague places where the hurricane toppled homes, paralysed electrical and water infrastructure and left at least 26 people dead. "There could be several inches of rain across southeast Louisiana, where Ida struck,” External link

missoulianMonday, September 13, 2021 4:27:00 AM CEST

Adam Douty said: “There is likely going to be some flooding, but it might not be to the extent they have seen in prior storms,” External link

news-yahooMonday, September 13, 2021 3:02:00 PM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "There are people who do drive into high water and they sometimes lose their vehicles and even worse sometimes lose their lives," External link

google-top-stories-innovatieTuesday, September 14, 2021 10:51:00 AM CEST

Greg Abbott said: “We urge you to listen to local weather alerts and heed local warnings from local officials,” External link

ibtimesMonday, September 13, 2021 6:02:00 PM CEST

Brian McNoldy said (about Hurricane Laura): "It's not crazy amounts of rain. It isn't anything like Hurricane Harvey," External link

wftvWednesday, September 15, 2021 3:10:00 AM CEST

Greg Abbott said: "It will be a very slow-moving storm across the state of Texas that will linger for several days and drop a tremendous amount of rain," External link

deutschewelle-enTuesday, September 14, 2021 9:29:00 AM CEST

Alex Lamers said: "Life-threatening flash flooding impacts, especially in urban areas, are possible across these regions," External link

newsbreak-USAWednesday, September 15, 2021 4:19:00 PM CEST

Greg Abbott said: “Listen to local weather alerts and heed local advisories about the right and safe thing to do, and you’ll make it through this storm just like you’ve had many other storms,” External link

cbs17Tuesday, September 14, 2021 5:57:00 AM CEST

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  • Tropical storm lingers in southern US
  • Nicholas lingers in Louisiana, dumps rain as far as Florida
  • Nicholas crawls into Louisiana from Texas, dumping rain
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  • article Nicholas deluges U.S. Gulf Coast with heavy rain, flooding
  • AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EDT
  • Rainy Nicholas slows in Texas

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