A woman inside the house heard the tornado warning alert and moved from the couch, just minutes before the limb landed inches from where she had been sitting.
Good morning. A strong cold front will sweep across Houston this morning, bringing heavy rainfall and potentially damaging winds as it passes. In the front’s wake rains will quickly end, and with dropping dewpoints we’ll see drier air and cooler weather. Although Thursday and Friday remain somewhat breezy, our weather should be fair and fall-like through the weekend.
HOUSTON (KIAH) – 10AM A strong line of storms along with Tornado Warnings and Watches swept through Houston and all of Southeast Texas Wednesday morning along a cold front. 7AM Expect brief heavy downpours, and potential for damaging wind gusts. Rain totals could top one inch, which may cause brief minor flooding on roads with poor drainage.
HOUSTON – The Houston area is facing a fast-moving storm on Wednesday that threatens damage from powerful winds. Here are some of the photos Click2Houston Insiders and Click2Pins users are sharing with the KPRC 2 community:
Do you have power? CenterPoint Energy is reporting thousands of customers without power as storms move across the area.
HOUSTON — Many of you woke up to the sound of thunder Wednesday morning. The storms made a mess of rush hour, and there were reports of damage and even possible tornadoes. This is video in north Harris County, where reporter Brittany Ford found damage from what may have been a twister. There was a tornado warning for the area Wednesday morning where this damage was found.
HOUSTON (KIAH) – Wednesday’s weather will be rainy at first, but should be drier in time for Game 2 of the World Series at Minute Maid Park. Winds will be a bit gusty, and expect cooler weather after the game. CW39 Chief meteorologist Adam Krueger has more details. Here’s a look!
HOUSTON (KIAH) – We have got a big change coming our big story this week – a cold front that hits on Wednesday that’s going to bring a significant change with probably some storms. A cold front will approach from the northwest on Wednesday morning and bring with it a slight...
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At least one person was injured in Lake Charles, Louisiana. A tornado was reported north of Houston. Homes were damaged in Newton County, Texas. Tens of thousands of people were without power. At least one person was injured, dozens of homes damaged and tens of thousands of power outages reported...
Well, I almost made it with a recent prediction. But alas, Mother Nature is a cruel mistress. Careful readers may recall that, 11 days ago, I wrote:. Today’s the last hot day for awhile. High temperatures away from the coast should reach about 90 degrees, and this probably will be the last time this occurs in 2021. (Emphasis on probably).
HOUSTON (KIAH) – Harris County is under a Dense Fog Advisory. That goes until 9:00 AM so we’re going to see some pockets of patchy dense fog. You can see generally the farther north you go, the less fog there is, but out near Katy there’s a station reporting a near 0 visibility right now. Sienna, Pearland, and LaPorte are all at about 1/3 of a mile visibility at the moment. Not so foggy everywhere but we are dealing with it in some spots.
HOUSTON, Texas (KIAH) — We have 90 degrees for the high today, feeling like the upper 90s. We still have some warm muggy days coming Thursday and Friday. We get a front coming in Friday and late Friday night which will set us up for a nice weekend that a lot of people are looking forward to.
As promised, a line of strong storms arrived this morning dropping heavy rain and bringing at least one confirmed tornado at Airline and W. Gulf Bank (no injuries, but home damage). Take a look at this still shot of a tornado near Anahuac this morning:. Cold, northwest winds giving lift...
Houston will have to slum through two more days of sweaty weather before the first real cold front of fall arrives. When it does, however, you'll notice. Rains from the remnants of Hurricane Pamela will inundate the state Thursday, but the front coming from the north will push humidity well south of Houston and usher in a weekend that will see high temperatures in the 70s and lows in the upper 40s. Skies will be sunny and clear as the welcomed cool temperatures grace the weekend. After a summer of oppressive heat and muggy, humid nights, we'll finally have some relief.
Good morning. We’re seeing widespread fog this morning as the air temperature near the surface has fallen to the dewpoint temperature, meaning humidity is 100 percent. This so-called “radiation” fog also requires calm winds, and there has been virtually no wind over night. It should fully dissipate by around 9 or 10 am this morning. Please note, in case you missed it, we published our Winter Outlook on Wednesday.
Houston has a few more days of rainy and muggy weather before getting a real taste of fall this weekend. The region will see scattered rain and warm weather Thursday into Friday, but by Friday night, lows will dip into the 50s and stay there for the remainder of the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
HOUSTON (KIAH) – After a stretch of rain-free days, scattered showers and a few thunderstorms return this weekend. It also continues warm and muggy with highs in the 80s, but feeling a bit hotter with the humidity. Timing of the rain: there may be a few isolated showers Saturday morning,...
Good morning Houston. The storms that rumbled through this morning before sunrise heralded the arrival of a weak front that, unfortunately, won’t provide too much of a lasting impact on our heat and humidity. However, our confidence is high that another, more significant front will arrive on Friday to usher in fall-like weather. Next weekend looks superb.