Among the hazards caused by tropical cyclones — like flooding, high winds and rip currents — water has proven to be the top killer time and time again. But it's not the only concern.
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Tropical Depression Nicholas hovered over Louisiana on Wednesday, dumping heavy rain on a region struggling to recover from Hurricane Ida and swamping coastal Mississippi, Alabama and northwest Florida.
Tropical Storm Nicholas slowed to a crawl over the Houston area Tuesday after making landfall earlier as a hurricane, knocking out power to a half-million homes and businesses and dumping more than a foot of rain along the same area swamped by Hurricane Harvey in 2017.
President Joe Biden on Monday pointed to wildfires burning through the West to argue for his $3.5 trillion spending plan, calling year-round fires and other extreme weather a climate change reality the nation can no longer ignore.
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami said the system's top sustained winds reached 60 mph. If the winds hit 74 mph, the storm would become a Category 1 hurricane. It was moving north at 12 mph on a track to pass near the South Texas coast later in the day, then move onshore in the evening.
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami said Sept. 12 that Tropical Storm Nicholas has formed in the Gulf of Mexico.
Hurricane Larry remained a large storm Sept. 10 as it approached southeastern Newfoundland, continuing to create rip currents along the East Coast of the United States.
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