Hurricane Nicholas hits Texas at risk of flooding;  130 thousand are without power

Phenomenon is classified as category 1, in a climb that goes up to five, and brings winds of almost 100 km/h to the region

EFE / NOAA-NHCInitially, the Nicholas phenomenon was a tropical storm; now, the hurricane brings flood risk

O Nicholas hurricane hit the ground of Texas, US USA, this Monday, 13. The phenomenon, which was a tropical storm, is classified as category 1, on a scale that goes up to 5, and already brings winds of almost 100 km/h to the region. With that, Governor Greg Abbott declared a state of attention in Texas, since the Hurricane promises to bring a lot rain, at risk of floods in the state, which suffered a few days ago from the passing of the Ida. Nicholas is expected to arrive in Mississippi and Louisiana between Tuesday and early Wednesday. The forecast is that, even being category 1, the hurricane will leave damage. So far, 130 thousand residents are already without electricity as a result of the arrival of the phenomenon.

*With information from correspondent Eliseu Caetano

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