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Tropical Storm Nicholas should make landfall Tuesday across the upper Texas Gulf Coast. Nicholas could briefly achieve hurricane intensity before moving inland. Regardless of further development, Nicholas’ primary threat will be heavy rain, which could total 8 to 16 inches or more in coastal Texas and parts of southern Louisiana, leading to widespread flooding. Other hazards in coastal Texas related to Nicholas may include a 3- to 5-foot storm surge and local wind damage. Meanwhile, a cold front currently crossing the northern Plains will push southeastward, generating a few showers and thunderstorms before eventually interacting with the remnants of Nicholas. Elsewhere, warm, dry weather will cover much of the West until week’s end, when a cold front should deliver cooler weather and widespread showers from the Pacific Northwest to the northern Rockies.

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