On Friday, a severe Thunderstorm Watch was in effect for Houston as well as neighboring counties. Tumultuous weather and travel was on the minds of many as folks began their weekend.
Severe weather made its way through Houston in the overnight hours of Friday.
After Saturday’s severe weather, many Houston and Houston-area residents began their clean-up efforts which are expected to last throughout the coming days.
Downed power lines, flooded streets and heavy rains were life for Houston and surrounding area residents Saturday afternoon and well into Saturday evening.
A hailstorm and severe weather caused extensive damage to property in Houston and surrounding areas Tuesday.
As a strong storm makes its way across the central U.S. Thursday, severe storms could develop across the Houston area.
The Houston area enjoyed a relatively calm Monday but the threat of severe weather lingers for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Severe weather hit Houston over the Christmas holiday leaving trees toppled and thousands without power.
Forecasts of snow, sleet and freezing rain threatened to complicate Christmas Day travel around the nation’s midsection Tuesday as several Gulf Coast states braced for a chance of twisters and powerful thunderstorms.
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