Tropical Storm Nicholas may be gone, but Corpus Christi is in for more rain

Don’t put that umbrella away just yet. Tropical Storm Nicholas has left the Corpus Christi area, but more rain and thunderstorms are expected throughout the week. The storm, which made landfall as a Category 1 Hurricane Monday night, will likely be downgraded to a tropical depression by Wednesday morning as it continues traveling northeast. While Wednesday is forecast to be sunny and clear, Thursday will bring showers and thunderstorms that will continue into next week, according to the…

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Nicholas makes landfall as hurricane, moves across Texas, Louisiana: Track the storm here

Nicholas makes landfall as hurricane, moves across Texas, Louisiana: Track the storm here

Tropical Storm Nicholas briefly strengthened into a hurricane Monday night, and is bringing intense rain and threats of flooding to Texas and Louisiana as it moves inland along the Gulf Coast. Nicholas is expected to remain a tropical storm for at least most of today, before it loses enough power to become a tropical depression. Tropical Storm Nicholas has maximum sustained winds of 70 mph, according to the 4 a.m. advisory from the National Hurricane…

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Nicholas makes landfall as a hurricane in Texas. Here's what we know about the storm

Nicholas makes landfall as a hurricane in Texas. Here's what we know about the storm

Tropical Storm Nicholas briefly became a hurricane Monday night before making landfall early Tuesday, prompting local school districts to close and the community to brace for substantial rain. According to the National Hurricane Center’s 4 a.m. advisory, the storm currently has maximum sustained winds of 70 mph and is located 50 miles south southwest of Houston and is moving north northeast at 9 mph. Nicholas could bring rains of 8 to 16 inches across the coastal area. As the…

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Hurricane Nicholas could cause life-threatening storm surge; see latest forecast here

Hurricane Nicholas could cause life-threatening storm surge; see latest forecast here

The National Hurricane Center is reporting that Huricane Nicholas could bring life-threatening storm surge to the Texas coast as it makes landfall.  The storm is located 45 miles southwest of Freeport, and is moving north northeast at 10 mph. Weakening is anticipated as it moves onshore late Monday night or early Tuesday morning. Here’s what we know. Track the storm:Hurricane Nicholas threatens Texas: Follow the storm, spaghetti models Nicholas storm surge threat in Texas According to the NHC,…

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Hurricane Nicholas: Live updates on storm coverage for the Corpus Christi-area

Hurricane Nicholas: Live updates on storm coverage for the Corpus Christi-area

Hurricane Nicholas is strengthening as it makes its way toward the Texas coast, bringing heavy rain, flooding and power outages to the Coastal Bend.  The storm is expected to make landfall near Matagorda Bay Monday night. The tropical storm’s maximum sustained winds are at 60 mph. Hurricane Nicholas is forecasted to approach the Texas coast late Monday and early Tuesday. A hurricane watch remains in effect for areas north of Port Aransas. The National Weather Service also issued…

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Hurricane Nicholas causes power outages across Coastal Bend

Hurricane Nicholas causes power outages across Coastal Bend

As Hurricane Nicholas strengthens as it moves toward the Texas coast, the Coastal Bend is beginning to see heavy rain, flooding and power outages. The National Weather Service in Corpus Christi issued a hurricane watch, a tropical storm warning, a storm surge warning, a tropical storm watch, a storm watch and a flash flood watch in effect through Tuesday morning. AEP Texas said it was monitoring the Tropical Storm See a full list of outages:…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas is now a hurricane. Where and when could it make landfall in Texas?

Tropical Storm Nicholas is now a hurricane. Where and when could it make landfall in Texas?

Tropical Storm Nicholas became a hurricane Monday night as it continues its path toward the Texas coast, prompting local school districts to close and the community to brace for substantial rain. According to the National Hurricane Center’s 10 p.m. advisory, the storm currently has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph and is located 20 miles southeast of Matagorda and is moving north northwest at 10 mph. Nicholas could bring rains of 8 to 16 inches across the coastal area….

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Hurricane Nicholas moving toward Texas landfall: Track the storm, spaghetti models

Hurricane Nicholas moving toward Texas landfall: Track the storm, spaghetti models

Hurricane Nicholas is bringing heavy rains, strong winds and storm surges to portions of the central and upper Texas coast. It’s forecast to make landfall along the central Texas coast late Monday evening or early Tuesday morning. Hurricane Nicholas has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph, according to the 10 p.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center. The Hurricane Watch south of Port O’Connor is discontinued and the Tropical Storm Warning south of Port Aransas…

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Vaccination, Testing and Regeneron Therapy Clinics Closed due to Tropical Storm

Vaccination, Testing and Regeneron Therapy Clinics Closed due to Tropical Storm

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX –Due to Tropical Storm Nicholas’ expected heavy rains and high winds, the Corpus Christi – Nueces County Public Health District has closed a COVID-19 vaccination clinic, the COVID-19 Testing Clinic, and a Regeneron Infusion Therapy Clinic.  The Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds state-run rapid infusion center will remain open throughout the storm. OPEN: COVID-19 Regeneron Infusion Clinic Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds, 1213 Terry Shamsie Boulevard in Robstown, seven days a week…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas: Live updates on storm coverage for the Corpus Christi-area

Tropical Storm Nicholas: Live updates on storm coverage for the Corpus Christi-area

Tropical Storm Nicholas is strengthening as it makes its way toward the Texas coast, bringing heavy rain, flooding and power outages to the Coastal Bend.  Nicholas is now 168 miles from Port Aransas, Texas and moving North-Northwest at about 12 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service Corpus Christi. The tropical storm’s maximum sustained winds are at 60 mph. Tropical Storm Nicholas is forecasted to approach the Texas coast late Monday and early Tuesday,…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas Prompts Flight Cancellations at Corpus Christi International Airport

Tropical Storm Nicholas Prompts Flight Cancellations at Corpus Christi International Airport

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Due to the deteriorating weather conditions caused by Tropical Storm Nicholas, two of the three airlines that serve Corpus Christi International Airport (CCIA) have proactively canceled all of their flights for the next 24 hours.  Both United Airlines and Southwest Airlines have canceled all flights in and out of CCIA for the rest of the day.  At this time, American Airlines is showing all flights leaving and arriving today as scheduled. …

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Tropical Storm Nicholas: Here's which roads are closed due to flooding

Tropical Storm Nicholas: Here's which roads are closed due to flooding

Flooding and road closures are expected throughout Monday due to Tropical Storm Nicholas. Along with rain, residents in the Coastal Bend can expect heavy rain for the next few days. The Texas Department of Transportation momentarily considered shutting down a key section of state Highway 286 because of flooding. Northbound lanes of the highway detour to U.S. Highway 181 and Staples Street were set to be closed as of 8:30 a.m. Power out:Tropical Storm Nicholas causes power…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas Causes City Road Closures

Tropical Storm Nicholas Causes City Road Closures

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The City of Corpus Christi and the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) continue to monitor roads due to widespread showers and thunderstorms. The roads closed due to flooding are: During inclement weather, we want our community to be safe. If you must get out in these conditions, remember: Drive slower than usual, so you have time to react to other traffic on the roadway. Turn on your headlights, so you are visible…

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Will Tropical Storm Nicholas become a hurricane and when could it make landfall in Texas?

Will Tropical Storm Nicholas become a hurricane and when could it make landfall in Texas?

Tropical Storm Nicholas is continuing its path toward the Texas coast Monday morning, prompting local school districts to close and the community to brace for substantial rain. According to the National Hurricane Center’s 10 a.m. advisory, the storm currently has maximum sustained winds of 60 mph and is located 166 miles south of Corpus Christi, and is moving north northwest at 5 mph. Nicholas could bring rains of 8 to 16 inches across the coastal area. As…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas causes power outages across Coastal Bend

Tropical Storm Nicholas causes power outages across Coastal Bend

As Tropical Storm Nicholas strengthens as it moves toward the Texas coast, the Coastal Bend is beginning to see heavy rain, flooding and power outages. The National Weather Service in Corpus Christi issued a hurricane watch, a tropical storm warning, a storm surge warning, a tropical storm watch, a storm watch and a flash flood watch in effect through Tuesday morning. AEP Texas said it was monitoring the Tropical Storm. At 9:45 a.m., there were…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas moving toward Texas landfall: Track the storm, spaghetti models

Tropical Storm Nicholas moving toward Texas landfall: Track the storm, spaghetti models

Tropical Storm Nicholas continues to strengthen in the Gulf of Mexico, and will bring intense rains and strong winds. It’s forecast to make landfall in Texas later today, potentially as a hurricane. Tropical Storm Nicholas has maximum sustained winds of 60 mph, according to the 4 a.m. CDT advisory from the National Hurricane Center. The storm could bring rains of 8 to 16 inches across much of the Texas coast, with rains of 5 to…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas could cause life-threatening storm surge; see latest forecast here

Tropical Storm Nicholas could cause life-threatening storm surge; see latest forecast here

The National Hurricane Center is reporting that Tropical Storm Nicholas could bring life-threatening storm surge to the Texas coast as it makes landfall.  Nicholas has winds of 60 mph, and is 166 miles south of Corpus Christi as of NHC’s 4 a.m. update. Tropical-storm-force winds extend 115 miles from the center and should reach Texas this morning.  According to the NHC, the storm may strengthen into a hurricane before making landfall.  Here’s what we know. Track the…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas threatens Texas: Follow the storm, spaghetti models

Tropical Storm Nicholas threatens Texas: Follow the storm, spaghetti models

Tropical Storm Nicholas continues to strengthen in the Gulf of Mexico, and will bring intense rains and strong winds. It’s forecast to make landfall in Texas later today, potentially as a hurricane. Tropical Storm Nicholas has maximum sustained winds of 60 mph, according to the 4 a.m. CDT advisory from the National Hurricane Center. The storm could bring rains of 8 to 16 inches across much of the Texas coast, with rains of 5 to…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas threatens Texas, Mexico: Follow the storm, spaghetti models

Tropical Storm Nicholas threatens Texas, Mexico: Follow the storm, spaghetti models

Tropical Storm Nicholas continues to strengthen in the Gulf of Mexico, and will bring intense rains and strong winds. It’s forecast to make landfall in Texas later today, potentially as a hurricane. Tropical Storm Nicholas has maximum sustained winds of 60 mph, according to the 4 a.m. CDT advisory from the National Hurricane Center. The storm could bring rains of 8 to 16 inches across much of the Texas coast, with rains of 5 to…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas 2021: Here's a list of school closures for South Texas

Tropical Storm Nicholas 2021: Here's a list of school closures for South Texas

Here’s a list of school closures for South Texas as Tropical Storm Nicholas moves closer to the Coastal Bend.  Check back to Caller.com for updates. Del Mar College: Classes are canceled and all campus facilities will be closed on Monday, Sept. 13 and Tuesday, Sept. 14. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi: The university will shift to remote instruction on Monday, Sept. 13 and Tuesday, Sept. 14. Staff should report to campus on Monday morning to perform…

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Set-Out Tips for Garbage and Recycling Carts during Severe Weather Event

Set-Out Tips for Garbage and Recycling Carts during Severe Weather Event

 CORPUS CHRISTI, TX– The National Hurricane Center predicts Tropical Storm Nicholas will produce 5 to 10 inches of rain beginning as early as tomorrow, Monday, September 13, with landfall expected along the Texas Gulf Coast on Tuesday.    The City’s Solid Waste Department reminds residents heavy rain causes street flooding and can turn over trash and recycling carts. Customers are advised to wait until the morning of their collections this week to set out their carts. Do not place them in street gutters. If necessary, place them in the area behind the curb but not blocking sidewalks.   Garbage, Recycling, and Brush & Bulky Collections are not expected…

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City Under Tropical Storm Warning Effective Immediately

City Under Tropical Storm Warning Effective Immediately

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The City of Corpus Christi and the City’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is actively monitoring Tropical Storm Nicholas in the Gulf of Mexico as Nueces and Kleberg counties remain under a Tropical Storm Warning. Residents are encouraged to safeguard family, pets, and property.  The City is working closely with the National Weather Service (NWS). Though impacts from this system are very dependent on where it moves, the NWS forecast shows Tropical Storm Nicholas is expected to produce heavy rains and high winds along the Texas coast.  City departments remain prepared and have prepositioned barricades near the Marina, North Beach, Flour Bluff, and Las Colonias near La Volla Creek. High-water rescue vehicles also will…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas forms in the Gulf: See where it's headed, spaghetti models

Tropical Storm Nicholas forms in the Gulf: See where it's headed, spaghetti models

Tropical Storm Nicholas continues to move toward the Texas and Mexico coast, and some strengthening is expected before it makes landfall. Nicholas has maximum sustained winds of 40 mph, according to an advisory issued at 10 a.m. from the National Hurricane Center. The storm is forecast to gradually strengthen as it slowly approaches the Mexican or Texas coast sometime Monday evening or Tuesday morning.  Nicholas is located 130 miles northeast of Veracuz, Mexico, and is moving north northwest…

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Tropical Storm Nicholas: How much rain, flooding is expected for South Texas?

Tropical Storm Nicholas: How much rain, flooding is expected for South Texas?

Tropical storm Nicholas is expected to bring heavy rainfall and coastal flooding to South Texas and Louisiana coasts over the next few days. Due to the expected rain and flooding Beach Access Road 4 was closed Sunday morning while beaches remained open, according to a Nueces County news release. “The rains are expected to bring flooding, and I urge all to monitor conditions carefully and take precautions as necessary,” said County Judge Barbara Canales said. “While…

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#TBT: Hurricane in 1916 brought punishing winds and damage to Corpus Christi

Though often overshadowed by the monstrous 1919 hurricane, Corpus Christi endured a significant storm three years earlier in 1916.  An interesting accounting of the storm is recorded in the Monthly Weather Review, a journal published by the national weather bureau at the time. Weather observer W.F. Lehman provided much of the report on how Corpus Christi fared during the storm. On the morning of Aug. 18 around 7 a.m., barometer readings up and down the…

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Hurricane Ida expected to be 'extremely dangerous' storm when it makes landfall Sunday

Hurricane Ida expected to be 'extremely dangerous' storm when it makes landfall Sunday

Hurricane Ida continues to rapidly strengthening as it moves over the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday, according to the National Hurricane Center.  The storm has maximum sustained winds of 105 mph, according to a 10 p.m. Central update from the National Hurricane Center. The storm is located 235 miles southeast of Houma, Louisiana, and is moving northwest at 16 mph. A northeastward turn is forecast by Monday night.  Cone of uncertainty: See the latest graphic from the NHC Satellite images: See…

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Hurricane Ida could be 'dangerous major hurricane' as it approaches Gulf Coast on Sunday

Hurricane Ida could be 'dangerous major hurricane' as it approaches Gulf Coast on Sunday

Hurricane Ida is rapidly strengthening as it moves over the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday, according to the National Hurricane Center.  The storm has maximum sustained winds of 105 mph, according to a 4 p.m. Central update from the National Hurricane Center. The storm is located 325 miles southeast of Houma, Louisiana, and is moving northwest at 16 mph. Cone of uncertainty: See the latest graphic from the NHC Satellite images: See latest satellite image from NOAA, for a clearer…

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Hurricane Ida could be 'dangerous major hurricane' as it approaches Gulf coast Sunday

Hurricane Ida could be 'dangerous major hurricane' as it approaches Gulf coast Sunday

Ida strengthened from a tropical storm into a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday, and continues to move northwest across the southeastern Gulf of Mexico Saturday morning.  The storm has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, according to a 4 a.m. Central update from the National Hurricane Center. The storm is located 510 miles southeast of New Orleans, and is moving northwest at 16 mph. As of the 4 a.m. Central advisory from the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Ida was…

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Hurricane Ida threatens Texas: Follow the storm, spaghetti models

Hurricane Ida threatens Texas: Follow the storm, spaghetti models

Ida strengthened from a tropical storm into a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday. The storm has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, according to a 7 p.m. Central update from the National Hurricane Center. The storm is located 90 miles southwest of Havana, Cuba, and is moving northwest at 15 mph. This general movement should continue over the next few days.  Cone of uncertainty: See the latest graphic from the NHC Satellite images: See latest satellite image…

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Gov. Abbott activates state resources as Hurricane Ida bears down on Gulf Coast

Gov. Abbott activates state resources as Hurricane Ida bears down on Gulf Coast

AUSTIN – State resources are being marshalled along the Texas Coast in anticipation of Hurricane Ida’s expected landfall early next week, Gov. Greg Abbott said Friday. “We will continue to closely monitor this hurricane and take all necessary precautions to keep Texans safe,” the governor said in a statement. “Texans should follow the guidance and warnings of local officials and be mindful of potential flooding, high wind, and heavy rain.”  Noting that forecasters predict Texas will not…

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Hurricane Ida threatens Texas, Mexico: Follow the storm, spaghetti models

Hurricane Ida threatens Texas, Mexico: Follow the storm, spaghetti models

Ida strengthened into from a tropical storm into a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico Friday. The storm has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph, according to a 12:15 p.m. Central update from the National Hurricane Center. Cone of uncertainty: See the latest graphic from the NHC Satellite images: See latest satellite image from NOAA, for a clearer picture of the storm’s size The storm is currently 165 miles east of the western portion of Cuba.  It is forecast…

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Corpus Christi area in for more rain as Tropical Storm Ida moves away from Coastal Bend

Corpus Christi area in for more rain as Tropical Storm Ida moves away from Coastal Bend

Don’t put away your umbrellas yet. Although Tropical Storm Ida appears to be moving east of South Texas, the Corpus Christi area may see showers and thunderstorms throughout the weekend and into next week. Tropical Depression Nine became Tropical Storm Ida Thursday evening and was on track to become a hurricane by Saturday. The National Weather Service in Corpus Christi said the storm is expected to remain east of South Texas. More:Tropical Storm Ida forms, threatens Gulf Coast:…

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Tropical Storm Ida threatens Texas, Mexico: Follow the storm, spaghetti models

Tropical Storm Ida continued to strengthen in the Gulf of Mexico, and is expected to strengthen into a hurricane Saturday. Tropical Storm Ida has maximum sustained winds of 45 mph, according to the 4 a.m. Central advisory from the National Hurricane Center. Ida is forecast to strengthen into a powerful hurricane before it makes landfall on the northern Gulf coast Sunday afternoon. Tropical storm-force winds extend 80 miles from the center. The storm is located…

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Tropical Storm Ida forms, threatens Gulf Coast: Track the storm, its possible impacts

Tropical Storm Ida forms, threatens Gulf Coast: Track the storm, its possible impacts

The National Hurricane Center announced that Tropical Depression Nine has strengthened to Tropical Storm Ida, which is forecast to become a hurricane by Sunday. It is expected to make landfall in the Gulf Coast as a powerful hurricane. The storm has maximum sustained winds of 40 mph, according to an an advisory issued at 4:20 p.m. Central from the National Hurricane Center. The storm is located about 130 miles southeast of Grand Cayman, and is moving northwest at 14 mph….

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Hurricane Grace weakens after making landfall in Mexico: Track the storm, possible impacts

Hurricane Grace weakens after making landfall in Mexico: Track the storm, possible impacts

Hurricane Grace made landfall Saturday in Mexico, weakening to a tropical storm, and a tropical storm warning is in effect for mainland Mexico from Puerto Veracruz to Barra del Tordo. Tropical Storm Grace is has maximum sustained winds of 45 mph, according to an advisory issued at 10 a.m. from the National Hurricane Center. Grace should weaken rapidly as it moves into the mountains of central Mexico. The tropical storm is forecast to weaken to a tropical depression later…

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New homes aim to offset shortage of affordable housing in hurricane-damaged Rockport

New homes aim to offset shortage of affordable housing in hurricane-damaged Rockport

The Texas General Land Office disaster recovery team marked completion of a multifamily housing complex in Rockport to replace affordable rental housing destroyed by Hurricane Harvey. The GLO and the Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday for the new Saltgrass Landing Apartments. #TBT:In 2005, Memorial Coliseum housed Hurricane Katrina evacuees in Corpus Christi The Saltgrass Landing Apartments are a 50-unit multifamily community with all units guaranteed for low- to moderate-income residents for 20 years…

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Eye of the storm: How scientists learn Hurricane Grace's strengths and weaknesses

Eye of the storm: How scientists learn Hurricane Grace's strengths and weaknesses

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Hurricane Grace on the move in the Gulf of Mexico: Track the storm, possible impacts

Hurricane Grace on the move in the Gulf of Mexico: Track the storm, possible impacts

Hurricane Grace is no longer a tropical storm as of Friday morning, and a hurricane warning is in effect for the coast of mainland Mexico from Puerto Veracruz to Cabo Rojo. Hurricane Grace has maximum sustained winds of 85 mph, according to an advisory issued at 7 a.m. from the National Hurricane Center. The center of Grace is forecast to move across the southwestern Gulf of Mexico Friday. It is expected to make landfall along the coast of mainland Mexico this…

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Tropical Storm Grace expected to become hurricane again: Track the storm, possible impacts

Tropical Storm Grace expected to become hurricane again: Track the storm, possible impacts

Tropical Storm Grace is expected to become a hurricane again soon as of Friday morning. Grace has maximum sustained winds of 70 mph, according to an advisory issued at 4 a.m. from the National Hurricane Center. The storm is forecast to strengthen over the next several hours as it moves across the southwestern Gulf of Mexico Friday. It is expected to make landfall along the coast of mainland Mexico this evening or tonight. After landfall, Grace should weaken rapidly as it…

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Tropical Storm Grace passes over Yucatan Peninsula: Track the storm, possible impacts

Tropical Storm Grace passes over Yucatan Peninsula: Track the storm, possible impacts

Grace was downgraded to a tropical storm Thursday morning as it passes over the Yucatan Peninsula, but it is expected to intensify later this weekend. Grace has maximum sustained winds of 65 mph, making it a Category 1 storm, according to an advisory issued at 10 a.m. from the National Hurricane Center. The storm is has weakened as it passes over the Yucatan Peninsula, but it is expected to strengthen again when it moves into the southwestern Gulf of Mexico….

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Hurricane Grace makes landfall in Yucatan Peninsula: Track the storm, possible impacts

Hurricane Grace makes landfall in Yucatan Peninsula: Track the storm, possible impacts

Hurricane Grace made landfall in the Yucatan Peninsula early Thursday morning. Grace has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, making it a Category 1 storm, according to an advisory issued at 4 a.m. from the National Hurricane Center. The storm is expected to weaken as it passes over the Yucatan Peninsula, but it is expected to strengthen again when it moves into the southwestern Gulf of Mexico. Grace is forecast to make landfall in Mexico early Saturday morning….

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Where is Hurricane Grace heading? Track the storm, spaghetti models, possible landfall

Where is Hurricane Grace heading? Track the storm, spaghetti models, possible landfall

Hurricane Grace is expected to make landfall in the Yucatan Peninsula Thursday morning, and could intensify once it enters the Gulf of Mexico. Hurricane Grace has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph, according to the 1 p.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center. Grace is is expected to reach the eastern Yucatan Peninsula early Thursday morning, and enter the western Gulf of Mexico Friday. Weakening is expected as it passes over the Yucatan Peninsula, but some restrengthening is…

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Will Hurricane Grace reach Texas? Track the storm's path here.

Will Hurricane Grace reach Texas? Track the storm's path here.

Hurricane Grace is moving westward through the Gulf and is forecast to hit Mexico, according to a National Hurricane Center forecast. As of the NHC’s Wednesday morning advisory, the storm was near Grand Cayman with maximum sustained winds of 75 mph. Grace’s path was initially forecast to miss Mexico Yucatan Penisula but is now forecast to hit the area by early Thursday morning before continuing westward,  You can track the storm’s path here: Tropical storm grace 2021…

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Grace strengthens into a hurricane: Track the storm, spaghetti models, possible landfall

Grace strengthens into a hurricane: Track the storm, spaghetti models, possible landfall

Grace has strengthened into a hurricane, and continues to strengthen in the Caribbean Wednesday. Hurricane Grace has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph, according to the 10 a.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center. Grace is forecast to continue strengthening, and is expected to reach the eastern Yucatan Peninsula early Thursday morning, and enter the western Gulf of Mexico Friday. Weakening is expected as it passes over the Yucatan Peninsula, but some restrengthening is expected as it…

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Where will Tropical Storm Grace make landfall? Track the storm, spaghetti models

Where will Tropical Storm Grace make landfall? Track the storm, spaghetti models

Tropical Storm Grace continues to strengthen in the Caribbean, and is expected to strengthen into a hurricane sometime Wednesday. Tropical Storm Grace has maximum sustained winds of 65 mph, according to the 4 a.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center. Grace is forecast to continue strengthening, and is expected to reach the eastern Yucatan Peninsula Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 115 miles from the center of the storm. The storm…

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