TYLER, Texas (KETK) – Nicholas became the sixth hurricane of the 2021 Atlantic Basin hurricane season and the fourth land-falling hurricane in the United States. Overnight into Tuesday morning, the storm lost a lot of its punch for the heavy rain threat. For our area, we will continue to see light showers for the remainder of the day.
Be sure to download our East Texas Storm Team app. We will have a Tracking The Tropics live stream from our team of meteorologists across the country. You can also look at the latest track of Nicholas and see the tropical model output. As the storm gets closer to the US mainland, Futurecast will provide another look at the storm arrival/track/timing. Download for Apple and Android devices.
LATEST STORM POSITION & TRACK
Here are the current wind speeds & gusts.
Nicholas’ projected path.
EAST TEXAS: Rain & wind
Our primary concern will be the off-and-on rain and breeze we will see. Below is a look at our current conditions.