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PASADENA, Texas — The National Weather Service confirms that some of the damage from Sunday’s storms was caused by a tornado. The EF-1 tornado touched down in Pasadena.
Air 11 flew over the damage on Monday. A wall was ripped from a business, and tarps were placed on the roofs of nearby homes.
Across Houston trees were knocked down along with power lines.
The Pasadena tornado was part of a line of severe storms that moved through the Houston area bringing with it strong wind and heavy rain.
Tornado warnings and Severe Thunderstorm Warnings were issued for many counties across the Houston area.
TIME LAPSE OF STORMS ACROSS TEXAS
From flooding to wind damage to tornadoes, it was a wild weather weekend across Texas. The National Weather Service posted a time lapse of storms from early Saturday to Sunday afternoon.
POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS EASTEX FREEWAY
As the storm blew through, it knocked a power line down nearly all the way across the Eastex Freeway northbound at Polk. The downed lines caused major delays.
RAINING INSIDE MINUTE MAID PARK
The roof at Minute Maid couldn’t keep the rain out on Sunday during the Astros-Athletics game. We saw several videos online showing the rain was making it through. The rainbow at the end of this one, though, was that the Astros won again, sweeping the A’s!
The winds caused fences to come down in some neighborhoods. KHOU Assistant News Director Josh Hubbard captured a trampoline in a tree in his Lake Houston neighborhood.
With the storm system out of the way, we should see a beautiful week ahead.
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