Heavy rain in Texas and Louisiana even after Nichols weakens

Heavy rain in Texas and Louisiana even after Nichols weakens

Even after the weakening of Tropical Storm Nicholas, many cities in the US state of Louisiana and Texas are receiving heavy rain. Due to this some cities are creating flood situation. Although no casualties have been reported so far, thousands of people have been displaced by the floods. In many areas people are living without electricity.

Nichols was previously thought to be of the same intensity as Hurricane Aida, but the storm weakened as it made landfall in Louisiana. 121 km in Texas and Louisiana due to Nicholas. It is raining heavily with wind at a speed of . Louisiana Governor Joan Bell has said floodwaters are filling central and southern Louisiana. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said no casualties had been reported. Schools and colleges are closed and flights have been stopped.

Alligator swallowed the missing person in Aida storm

On August 30, a 71-year-old man from Louisiana was swallowed by a 12-foot-long alligator in floodwaters during Hurricane Aida. Now this crocodile has been caught. The remains of a missing person were found in his stomach.

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