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Nicholas Downgrades to Tropical Depression, Two Tropical Disturbances Churning in Atlantic

Over the past 48 hours, now Tropical Depression Nicholas brought lots of heavy rain and devastating flooding to Texas. Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama are expected to still get more rain today as Nicholas slowly moves over the states.

The National Hurricane Center has expired all storm surge and tropical storm warnings. The National Weather Service will continue any other warnings as needed as Nicholas moves through the south.

Heading back out into the Atlantic just off the west coast of Africa, a tropical disturbance is churning and NHC has forecasted an 80% chance for this storm to form a cyclone within the next 24 hours. This could potentially be our next Tropical Storm or Hurricane.

In addition to that, another tropical disturbance is located east of Florida. This disturbance has less of an opportunity to form a cyclone, but NHC still has it forecasted as a 70% possibility over the next several days.

Will we get a Tropical Storm Odette and Peter? We will find out within the next 72 hours.

For more information about Nicholas and the two tropical disturbances, you can visit the National Hurricane Center website here.

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Tabitha Bartoe
Tabitha Bartoe
Tabitha Bartoe is currently a Junior attending Valparaiso University, double majoring in Meteorology and Communications. She is the Assistant News Director at the university's television 15 VUTV and also a part of the Valparaiso University Storm Intercept Team (VUSIT) and the American Meteorological Society. Tabitha has always had a passion for weather since the age of 12 when she nearly got hit by lightning which "struck" her interest in studying the atmosphere.
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