Living With Climate Change: Nicholas could bring catastrophic flooding to parts of Texas and Louisiana — what we know about climate change’s impact


Hurricane Nicholas is making its way toward Texas and Louisiana, threatening to drench the region for much of the week, as inland flooding and tornado risks remain a hallmark of another busy storm season and climate change in general.

Nicholas, which was upgraded Monday night from a tropical storm to a Category 1 hurricane, was gaining strength in the Gulf of Mexico, with sustained winds of 75 mph. A hurricane watch is in effect from Port Aransas to San Luis Pass, Texas, the National Hurricane Center said. The storm is expected…

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