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The morning after Hurricane Nicholas, since downgraded to a tropical storm, passed through Brazoria County, officials worked to assess damages.
The best thing people should expect to say after a storm with the ferocity of Hurricane Nicholas comes ashore is it could have been a lot worse.
Southern Brazoria County saw conditions begin to worsen Monday evening, as Tropical Storm Nicholas tracked closer to anticipated landfall and to the area, and officials urge that residents do not take it lightly.
A 4 p.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center indicated a hurricane watch is in effect for Port Aransas to San Luis Pass. The storm’s location was about 85 miles south-southwest of Matagorda and moving north-northeast at 12 mph. Throughout Brazoria County, people stocked up on supplies, but many didn’t seem overly worried.
West of the Brazos earned a day of reprieve as city officials and park staff prepare for a week that shows numerous days of rainfall.