PROJECTED TIMELINE: Tropical Storm Nicholas types in Gulf of Mexico Nicholas is forecasted to be a slow-moving storm that can produce very heavy rainfall for Texas and Louisiana coastal counties, in addition to areas additional inland, for the subsequent a number of days.
Below are updates from KHOU 11 meteorologists Tim Pandajis, Addison Green, Chita Craft and David Paul. You also can watch updates from our group of meteorologists on our YouTube page. 🚨#HARRISCOUNTY!
11:40 a.m. — Harris County Public Health has closed all COVID testing and vaccination websites Monday, Sept. 12 due to Tropical Storm Nicholas. Due to the inclement climate that #TropicalStormNicholas is predicted to carry into our space, all Testing and Vaccination Sites are closed Monday 09/13/2021.
Sunday, September 12 We may also have updates from native officers and any closings/cancelations on this web page.
— Harris County Public Health #GetVaxxed (@hcphtx) September 12, 2021 We will proceed to monitor the climate and supply updates. Follow @ReadyHarris and keep alert! pic.twitter.com/5agjqOwoxA
Tropical Storm #Nicholas has fashioned within the southern Gulf of Mexico. Forecast to be a slow-mover and produce very heavy rainfall for SE TX. @KHOU #khou11 pic.twitter.com/qXcmmLBJME 10 a.m. — Tropical Storm Nicholas types within the southern Gulf of Mexico. Tropical Storm Watches have been issued for the Southeast Texas shoreline forward of Nicholas’ impact. 11:30 a.m. — Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo has activated the Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management to Level 3 – elevated Readiness – in response to Tropical Storm Nicholas.
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