Tropical Storm Nicholas 10 a.m. update
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Strong thunderstorms are dropping hail and bringing winds gusts up to 60 miles an hour across the Front Range, mostly in eastern El Paso County.
- WYFF - Greenville Videos
More rain today
Global shares edged higher on Wednesday on the strength of U.S. equities markets that were boosted by rising oil prices and positive economic data out of the United States. The MSCI All Country World Index gained 0.26%, and all three of the major U.S. stock indexes closed higher. "Risk markets in Europe and America are trading in a subdued fashion ahead of next week's FOMC meeting, with economic data failing to boost conviction in the reflation trade at the moment," ANZ analysts wrote.
- KTRK – Houston
Tropical Depression Nicholas is still close enough to impact Houston's weather again on Thursday.
- WXII - Greensboro/Winston-Salem Videos
WATCH: Waking up to clouds and light rain
ABC Action News tracks tropical developments in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico.
- WPTV- West Palm Beach Scripps
A tropical wave in the Eastern Atlantic has a high chance of development and a tropical depression could form in the next couple of days.
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People across Louisiana were on edge when they heard Tropical Depression Nicholas was headed their way, since towns still haven't fully recovered from Hurricane Laura a year ago, plus more recent storms like Ida.
Less than a week after long-lived Larry tracked across almost the entirety of the Atlantic Ocean and finally dissipated near Greenland, AccuWeather forecasters say the next potential long-track tropical system is brewing near the African coast. Forecasters are tracking a series of tropical waves across the Atlantic basin, but one in particular has captured their attention. A robust tropical wave that recently emerged off the coast of Africa is a strong candidate to become a tropical depression a
- Food & Wine
"The seemingly impossible has happened," the restaurant quipped, acknowledging the years spent with a mere two stars.
- Washington Examiner
With the Gulf Region still recovering from damage left in Hurricane Ida’s wake, Tropical Storm Nicholas is making its way through Texas and Louisiana.
- Miami Herald
Forecasters are monitoring three disturbances early Thursday and two have a high chance of turning into tropical depressions soon as they move across the Atlantic.
- The Weather Network
A chilly second half of the week for parts of the Prairies will include the chance of frost and even high-elevation snow.
- CBS News
The storm, which reached hurricane strength, made landfall then weakened back to tropical storm status. It's bringing pounding rain and strong winds to the region.
- CBS News
The Category 1 hurricane has already left more than 300,000 people without power.
- LA Times
The U.S. Forest Service announced Tuesday that all but five California national forests closed in late August will reopen two days early.
- Country Living
Our favorite color? Fall foliage...duh!
- Associated Press
Sequoia National Park is shut down, its namesake gigantic trees potentially threatened by two forest fires burning in steep and dangerous terrain in California’s Sierra Nevada. Both fires were projected to advance in the direction of Giant Forest, home to more than 2,000 giant sequoias including the General Sherman Tree, which is the largest tree on Earth by volume.