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 A tornado reportedly hit in the Deer Park and Pasadena area according to officials There was also damage from a reported tornado in Pearland There were reports of tornadoes in the Houston area on Tuesday as a line of severe weather moved through the region in the afternoon A tornado reportedly hit in the Deer Park and Pasadena area southeast of Houston according to officials The City of Pasadena said on its Twitter account that areas of damage included Beltway 8 at Genoa Red Bluff Fairmont Parkway at Mickey Gilley Boulevard and Burke at Crenshaw There were no immediate reports of any serious injuries or fatalities caused by the severe weather Deer Park resident Ashley Lucky said she was at work when a tornado passed near her home and threw her neighbor s backyard trampoline onto another nearby property She said there were downed fences trees everywhere and a lack of electricity and cell phone service in the immediate area The Pasadena Police Department said on Twitter that it had received reports of multiple downed power lines as well as overturned commercial trucks near Beltway 8 and its intersections with Fairmont Parkway and Vista Road The Atascocita Fire Department said it was sending its ambulance bus to a tornado related structure collapse at the San Jacinto Manor nursing home in Deer Park There was also reports of a tornado that struck in Pearland Footage from storm chasers showed damage Late Tuesday afternoon after the storm had passed through Lucky said residents in her Deer Park neighborhood already were helping each other clean up and make repairs The community is coming together though and doing really awesome at getting everything cleared up Lucky said Shell Chemicals said on Twitter that it was flaring gas from its Deer Park facility because of a loss of on site steam as a result of the storm The company also said there were no indications that a tornado had touched down within the facility Due to severe weather and the resulting loss of on site steam Shell Chemicals at Deer Park is currently flaring There is no threat to the community nor are there any indications a nearby tornado touched down within the Chemicals facility Tuesday s storm also produced structural and street flooding Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez tweeted in the afternoon that his deputies were assisting stranded motorists at multiple locations in the north and northwest parts of the county which includes Houston There also were flooded roads in Fort Bend County which is southwest of Houston as well as in the Conroe and Woodlands areas north of the city according to officials in Montgomery County The weather caused power outages across the region as storms moved from the west side of Greater Houston toward the east More than 100 000 customers in the area had had their electricity service interrupted and restored by 3 40 p m according to CenterPoint Energy s online outage tracker while more than 102 000 residences remained without power as of 3 40 p m Air travel was halted during the height of the severe weather for both incoming and outgoing flights at Bush Intercontinental and Hobby airports As of 4 30 p m flights into Hobby were being delayed about one hour on average while delays for incoming flights to Bush were a little more than two hours on average More to come on this developing story Posted on August 19 2022 On Friday s show Storms are bringing some much needed rain to the region We get the latest from Space City Weather And we talk with journalist Nikole Hannah Jones the creator of The 1619 Project which aims to bring the stories and contributions of enslaved Africans to the forefront of American history Posted on July 13 2022 On Wednesday s show We discuss whether the energy grid can withstand the recent intense heat we discuss the latest developments in politics and we remember The Laff Stop comedy club Posted on June 1 2022 With the start of another Atlantic hurricane season Houston Matters presents an hour of information on preparing to weather another storm season Posted on March 22 2022 Here s the latest on the storms coming through Houston Credit https www houstonpublicmedia org articles news weather 2023 01 24 442193 tornadoes reported high water across houston region as severe storms move through
Tornadoes reported, high water across Houston region as severe storms move through

Deer Park and Pasadena

A tornado reportedly hit in the Deer Park and Pasadena area, according to officials. There was also damage from a reported tornado in Pearland.

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There were reports of tornadoes in the Houston area on Tuesday as a line of severe weather moved through the region in the afternoon.

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A tornado reportedly hit in the Deer Park and Pasadena area, southeast of Houston, according to officials. The City of Pasadena said on its Twitter account that areas of damage included: Beltway 8 at Genoa Red Bluff, Fairmont Parkway at Mickey Gilley Boulevard and Burke at Crenshaw.

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There were no immediate reports of any serious injuries or fatalities caused by the severe weather.

Deer Park resident Ashley Lucky said she was at work when a tornado passed near her home and threw her neighbor’s backyard trampoline onto another nearby property. She said there were downed fences, “trees everywhere” and a lack of electricity and cell phone service in the immediate area.

The Pasadena Police Department said on Twitter that it had received reports of multiple downed power lines as well as overturned commercial trucks near Beltway 8 and its intersections with Fairmont Parkway and Vista Road.

The Atascocita Fire Department said it was sending its ambulance bus to a tornado-related structure collapse at the San Jacinto Manor nursing home in Deer Park.

There was also reports of a tornado that struck in Pearland. Footage from storm chasers showed damage.

Late Tuesday afternoon, after the storm had passed through, Lucky said residents in her Deer Park neighborhood already were helping each other clean up and make repairs.

“The community is coming together, though, and doing really awesome at getting everything cleared up,” Lucky said.

Shell Chemicals said on Twitter that it was flaring gas from its Deer Park facility because of a loss of on-site steam as a result of the storm. The company also said there were no indications that a tornado had touched down within the facility.

Due to severe weather and the resulting loss of on-site steam, Shell Chemicals at Deer Park is currently flaring. There is no threat to the community, nor are there any indications a nearby tornado touched down within the Chemicals facility.

Tuesday’s storm also produced structural and street flooding. Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez tweeted in the afternoon that his deputies were assisting stranded motorists at multiple locations in the north and northwest parts of the county, which includes Houston.

There also were flooded roads in Fort Bend County, which is southwest of Houston, as well as in the Conroe and Woodlands areas north of the city, according to officials in Montgomery County.

The weather caused power outages across the region as storms moved from the west side of Greater Houston toward the east. More than 100,000 customers in the area had had their electricity service interrupted and restored by 3:40 p.m., according to CenterPoint Energy’s online outage tracker, while more than 102,000 residences remained without power as of 3:40 p.m.

Air travel was halted during the height of the severe weather for both incoming and outgoing flights at Bush Intercontinental and Hobby airports. As of 4:30 p.m., flights into Hobby were being delayed about one hour on average, while delays for incoming flights to Bush were a little more than two hours on average.

More to come on this developing story.

Posted on August 19, 2022 · On Friday’s show: Storms are bringing some much-needed rain to the region. We get the latest from Space City Weather. And we talk with journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, the creator of The 1619 Project, which aims to bring the stories and contributions of enslaved Africans to the forefront of American history.

Posted on July 13, 2022 · On Wednesday’s show: We discuss whether the energy grid can withstand the recent intense heat, we discuss the latest developments in politics, and we remember The Laff Stop comedy club.

Posted on June 1, 2022 · With the start of another Atlantic hurricane season, Houston Matters presents an hour of information on preparing to weather another storm season.

Posted on March 22, 2022 · Here’s the latest on the storms coming through Houston.

Credit: https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/news/weather/2023/01/24/442193/tornadoes-reported-high-water-across-houston-region-as-severe-storms-move-through/

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