September 14, 2021 Weather Related Service Update: Tropical Storm Nicholas Heavy Rain and Flash Flood Threats with Nicholas Severe Weather in the Ohio Valley into the Northeast The National Weather Service has announced heavy rainfall from Nicholas will impact the north Gulf Coast through early Friday with potentially life-threatening flash and urban flooding and widespread minor to isolated moderate river flooding. Isolated strong to severe storms are possible across the Ohio Valley into the Northeast with the threats of damaging winds, large hail, and a few tornadoes. We will continue to monitor conditions and post the most update-to-date storm information below, including the most recent service updates. Click here for live updates. Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Nicholas to Produce Significant Rain and Flash Flood Threats The National Weather Service has announced Nicholas will bring tropical storm impacts while moving northeast along the Texas coastline. Life-threatening storm surge will continue to be possible. Significant rainfall may produce considerable to catastrophic urban and flash flood potential for Metro areas along portions of the Texas and Louisiana coasts. Isolated tornadoes may also occur in the central Gulf Coast areas. Monday, September 13, 2021 Nicholas to Produce Tropical Conditions and Considerable Rainfall for Texas and Louisiana Coastal Communities The National Weather Service has announced tropical storm force winds, life-threatening storm surge, isolated tornadoes, and significant heavy rain up to 20 inches in places that could cause considerable urban and flash flooding is expected to impact Texas and southwestern Louisiana coastal communities, including the Houston Metro area. We will continue to monitor conditions and post the most update-to-date storm information below, including the most recent service updates.