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Tropical Storm Nate Could Hit New Orleans as Hurricane

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The National Hurricane Center’s tropical outlook for the weekend includes Tropical Storm Nate which could make landfall in either southeast Louisiana, the Mississippi coast, or southwest Alabama Sunday morning. According to the NWS cone of uncertainty, Nate could make landfall near or at New Orleans as a category one hurricane or the storm could turn earlier moving the track east towards ...

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‘500-year Flood’ in Houston – 2200 CDT Update

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Tropical storm Harvey now has winds of 40 mph and the storm is expected to hold that strength for a few more days and its track will add more rain to the catastrophic flooding and tornado activity in the Houston area for several more days. 70,000 people are without power in the Houston/Galveston region. The tornado threat from Harvey cannot be understated ...

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Harvey’s winds slow, but Houston likely to see flooding and tornadoes – 1900 CDT Update

Hurricane Harvey Damage

Tropical storm Harvey packs winds of 65 mph and is expected to continue weakening. Its track is troubling for the area from Matagorda Bay to the Houston Ship Channel and areas inland due to the flooding rains and tornadic activity threat that will continue for days. Power outage numbers growing in southeast Texas and San Antonio, reducing in Houston metropolitan area. ...

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Harvey Stalls: Flooding biggest threat – report: 8 dead – 1600 CDT Update

Hurricane Harvey Damage

Harvey has taken its first victims as a news report for Corpus Christi said that at least 8 people have died in Rockport. Now a tropical storm packing winds of 65 mph, Harvey is expected to continue weakening. Its track is troubling for the area from Matagorda Bay to the Houston Ship Channel and areas inland due to the flooding rain ...

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4 pm Harvey Update: Tropical Storm, Hurricane Watches for Texas – 15+ inches of rain

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The National Weather Service has upgraded Harvey to a tropical depression. Tropical storm and hurricane watches have been issued along the Mexico and Texas coastlines. 4:30 pm ET Update from National Weather Service Harvey was last reported near latitude 21.6 North, longitude 92.6 West traveling at 2 mph towards the north-northwest. The depression’s winds have reached a sustained 35 mph with ...

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Harvey to redevelop into Tropical Storm, Hit Texas

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The remnants of Harvey will reform into a tropical storm as they cross the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on a collision course with the coast of Texas. The national weather service on Wednesday warned that the low-pressure system has a “near 100 percent” chance of forming into a tropical depression in the next 48 hours and is ...

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Tropical Storm Cindy first to hit U.S. Coast in 2017

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The first named storm to strike the U.S. in 2017 is Cindy and is expected to make landfall early Thursday morning along the Texas or Louisiana Gulf Coast. The storm, located 265 miles south of Morgan City, Louisiana, has maximum sustained winds of 45 MPH and little change in strength is expected before landfall. Cindy is expected to dump between ...

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Tropical Storm Hermine Update and Forecast

Check back regularly for Hermine updates. As of: 9/03/16 08:00 ET Hermine Current Stats: Location: 35.9N 75.6W Max sustained winds: 60mph and strengthening Direction and speed: ENE 20mph Pressure: 995MB and decreasing Current Track: Hermine is expected to regain hurricane strength Saturday as it tracks towards the northeast atlantic U.S. coast.   As of: 9/02/16 05:00 ET Hermine Current Stats: Location: 30.8N 83.6W Max ...

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What Does the ‘Invest’ label mean on weather systems?

According to WikiPedia and confirmed by the National Weather service, INVEST tags on weather systems mean the following: Invests are designated by three separate forecast centers: the National Hurricane Center, Central Pacific Hurricane Center and Joint Typhoon Warning Center. The designation of a system as an invest does not necessarily correspond to any particular likelihood of development of the system ...

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