'It’s just been absolute hell' | Moving back into homes damaged by Watson explosion unknown

'It’s just been absolute hell' | Moving back into homes damaged by Watson explosion unknown

HOUSTON — It has been nearly 48 hours since an explosion at Watson Grinding and Manufacturing killed two people and injured nearly 20 others. The aftermath of the blast continued to affect residents in the Westbranch neighborhood on Saturday evening forced out their homes because of damage. Some of the homes on several blocks have been damaged to the point where many of the residents can’t stay there. KHOU Homeowners have done what they can…

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2 victims killed in massive explosion in northwest Houston identified; hundreds of homes damaged

2 victims killed in massive explosion in northwest Houston identified; hundreds of homes damaged

HOUSTON — Two people were killed early Friday in a massive explosion at an industrial site in northwest Houston. The two victims were apparently employees of the business there. A nearby resident was also taken to the hospital with unknown injuries and 18 people self-reported to emergency rooms with minor injuries, such as cuts and breathing issues, associated with the blast. The explosion at Watson Grinding and Manufacturing at 4500 Gessner was heard and felt…

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2 dead in massive explosion in northwest Houston; hundreds of homes damaged

2 dead in massive explosion in northwest Houston; hundreds of homes damaged

HOUSTON — Two people were killed early Friday in a massive explosion at an industrial site in northwest Houston. The two victims were apparently employees of the business there. A nearby resident was also taken to the hospital with unknown injuries and 18 people self-reported to emergency rooms with minor injuries, such as cuts and breathing issues, associated with the blast. The explosion at Watson Grinding and Manufacturing at 4500 Gessner was heard and felt…

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The latest: 2 killed, 200 homes damaged in massive west Houston explosion

The latest: 2 killed, 200 homes damaged in massive west Houston explosion

Maria Giraldo stands in backyard of her neighbor’s home in the 5400 block of Talina Way just one street east of Watson Grinding and Manufacturing, located at 4525 Gessner Rd., where an explosion occurred Friday, January 24, 2020 in Houston. At the home, the door blew off the hinges, most of the windows were broken and walls cracked from the explosion. less Maria Giraldo stands in backyard of her neighbor’s home in the 5400 block…

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New Houston-Area Rules To Prevent Flooding Are ‘Obsolete On Arrival’, Some Experts Say

New Houston-Area Rules To Prevent Flooding Are ‘Obsolete On Arrival’, Some Experts Say

Brazos River in Fort Bend County. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: <iframe src=”https://embed.hpm.io/357969/357965″ style=”height: 115px; width: 100%;”></iframe> Fort Bend County officials are the latest in the Houston area to implement stricter development requirements to prevent flooding, with new regulations that went into effect on January 1.  They’re now requiring developers to plan for more rainfall — a 30% increase over their prior estimates, which were based on…

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Entergy brings in additional crews to restore power back to homes following severe weather

Entergy brings in additional crews to restore power back to homes following severe weather

There are still around 7,000 Entergy Texas customers who are without power following the severe weather overnight. Entergy officials said they have brought in additional crews to assist in restoration work in the hardest-hit areas: Grimes, Walker, Montgomery and Hardin counties. “We know how vital electricity is for our customers,” said Stuart Barrett, vice president of customer service for Entergy Texas, Inc. “We have made good progress following last night’s storms and continue to work…

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Overnight line of storms brings ‘quite a bit of wind damage,’ downed trees and gas pumps

Overnight line of storms brings ‘quite a bit of wind damage,’ downed trees and gas pumps

Storms carrying high winds of at least 60 miles per hour caused power outages and property damage across southeast Texas overnight, downing trees, power lines and even gas pumps across the region. A line of heavy storms moved through just after midnight with winds that caused power outages for nearly 33,000 residents here, according to CenterPoint Energy figures. As of 8:30 a.m., that figure was down to about 8,300 Harris County homes and businesses. The…

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Weather watch: Tornado watch in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m.

Weather watch: Tornado watch in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m.

HOUSTON — A strong line of storms is moving through southeast Texas right now. A tornado watch is in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m. There were reports of damage early Saturday morning, including at a Chevron gas station on West Orem Drive at Buffalo Speedway on Houston’s south side. Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, was possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into the very early-morning hours…

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Watch live: Tornado watch in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m.

Watch live: Tornado watch in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m.

HOUSTON — A strong line of storms is moving through southeast Texas right now. A tornado watch is in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m. Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, was possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into the very early-morning hours Saturday. RELATED: Tornadoes, large hail possible in DFW area RELATED: Several flights cancelled in Dallas-Fort Worth ahead of tonight’s storms After the storms roll through, we…

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Watch live: Tornado warning in effect for Brazoria, Galveston counties until 1:15 a.m.

Watch live: Tornado warning in effect for Brazoria, Galveston counties until 1:15 a.m.

HOUSTON — A strong line of storms is moving through southeast Texas right now. A tornado warning in effect for Brazoria and Galveston counties until 1:15 a.m. A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for Brazoria, Fort Bend and Harris Counties until 1:15 a.m. A tornado watch is in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m. Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, was possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday…

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Watch live: Tornado warning in effect for Brazoria County until 1:15 a.m.

Watch live: Tornado warning in effect for Brazoria County until 1:15 a.m.

HOUSTON — A strong line of storms is moving through southeast Texas right now. A tornado warning in effect for Brazoria County until 1:15 a.m. A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for Brazoria, Fort Bend and Harris Counties until 1:15 a.m. A tornado watch is in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m. Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, was possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into the…

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Watch live: Tornado warning in effect for Harris County until 12:30 a.m.

Watch live: Tornado warning in effect for Harris County until 12:30 a.m.

HOUSTON — A strong line of storms is moving through southeast Texas right now. A tornado warning is in effect for Harris County until 12:30 a.m. A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for Brazoria, Fort Bend and Harris Counties until 12:30 a.m. A tornado watch is in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m. Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, was possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into…

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Tornado warning in effect for Harris and Fort Bend Counties until 12:15 a.m.

Tornado warning in effect for Harris and Fort Bend Counties until 12:15 a.m.

HOUSTON — A strong line of storms is moving through southeast Texas right now.  A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for Brazoria, Fort Bend and Harris Counties until 12:30 a.m. A tornado watch is in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m. Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, was possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into the very early-morning hours Saturday. RELATED: Tornadoes, large hail possible in DFW area…

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Tornado warning in effect for Harris, Montgomery and Waller counties until 11:15 p.m.

Tornado warning in effect for Harris, Montgomery and Waller counties until 11:15 p.m.

HOUSTON — A tornado warning is in effect for Harris, Montgomery and Waller Counties until 11:15pm.  A tornado watch has been issued for southeast Texas until 4 a.m. Saturday. Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, is possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into the very early-morning hours Saturday. Our neighbors in North and East Texas will want to keep a very close eye on this system. RELATED: Tornadoes, large hail…

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Tornado warning in effect for Harris, Montgomery and Waller County until 11:15pm

Tornado warning in effect for Harris, Montgomery and Waller County until 11:15pm

HOUSTON — A tornado warning is in effect for Harris, Montgomery and Waller Counties until 11:15pm.  A tornado watch has been issued for southeast Texas until 4 a.m. Saturday. Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, is possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into the very early-morning hours Saturday. Our neighbors in North and East Texas will want to keep a very close eye on this system. RELATED: Tornadoes, large hail…

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Tornado watch in effect for Houston, southeast Texas until 4 a.m.

Tornado watch in effect for Houston, southeast Texas until 4 a.m.

HOUSTON — A tornado watch has been issued for southeast Texas until 4 a.m. Saturday. Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, is possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into the very early-morning hours Saturday. Our neighbors in North and East Texas will want to keep a very close eye on this system. RELATED: Tornadoes, large hail possible in DFW area RELATED: Several flights cancelled in Dallas-Fort Worth ahead of tonight’s…

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Timeline: Storms to hit Houston late tonight; DFW, Central Texas to see severe weather

Timeline: Storms to hit Houston late tonight; DFW, Central Texas to see severe weather

HOUSTON — Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, is possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into the very early-morning hours Saturday. Our neighbors in North and East Texas will want to keep a very close eye on this system. RELATED: Tornadoes, large hail possible in DFW area RELATED: Several flights cancelled in Dallas-Fort Worth ahead of tonight’s storms It’s too soon to say which parts of the Houston area will…

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Timeline: Storms expected in Houston tonight; DFW prepares for possible hail, tornadoes

Timeline: Storms expected in Houston tonight; DFW prepares for possible hail, tornadoes

HOUSTON — Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, is possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into the very early-morning hours Saturday. Our neighbors in North and East Texas will want to keep a very close eye on this system. RELATED: Tornadoes, large hail possible in DFW area RELATED: Several flights cancelled in Dallas-Fort Worth ahead of tonight’s storms It’s too soon to say which parts of the Houston area will…

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Here&#039;s what you need to be prepared for Friday&#039;s storm bringing strong winds, tornado risk, power outage threats to Southeast Texas

Here's what you need to be prepared for Friday's storm bringing strong winds, tornado risk, power outage threats to Southeast Texas

HOUSTON — The Harris County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management wants people to be prepared for Friday night’s storm that will hit southeast Texas. The storm carries the risk of tornadoes, strong winds, and likely power outages. “We’ve been watching the weather for this weekend very closely,” said Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator Francisco Sanchez. He said one challenge is that the storm should hit in the late evening, which will make it tough…

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Timeline: Severe weather possible Friday night

Timeline: Severe weather possible Friday night

HOUSTON — Severe weather is possible across Southeast Texas into Louisiana late Friday with a drop in the temperatures for Saturday.  It’s too soon to say which parts of our area will get the worst of the weather, if any, but given that this will likely be a nighttime event we’ll all want to make sure we stay alert and keep an eye on the radar. GET ALERTS ON YOUR PHONE: Download our new app TRACK…

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Timeline: Friday night storms could bring damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes

HOUSTON — Severe weather is possible across Southeast Texas into Louisiana late Friday with a drop in the temperatures for Saturday.  It’s too soon to say which parts of our area will get the worst of the weather, if any, but given that this will likely be a nighttime event we’ll all want to make sure we stay alert and keep an eye on the radar. GET ALERTS ON YOUR PHONE: Download our new app TRACK…

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How to set up severe weather alerts on your iPhone or Android before Friday&#039;s storm

How to set up severe weather alerts on your iPhone or Android before Friday's storm

HOUSTON — Harris County Office of Emergency Management staff are urging people to be aware of the severe weather headed towards southeast Texas Friday afternoon. Forecasts are calling for strong winds, and the possibility of tornadoes and even hail. Meteorologists are not expecting severe flooding from rainfall. The tips are simple: Go to an interior room on the lowest floor of your home away from doors and windows. “Don’t leave loose items out in the…

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Timeline: Severe weather threat Friday night

Timeline: Severe weather threat Friday night

HOUSTON — Severe weather is possible across Southeast Texas into Louisiana late Friday with a drop in the temperatures for Saturday.  It’s too soon to say which parts of our area will get the worst of the weather, if any, but given that this will likely be a nighttime event we’ll all want to make sure we stay alert and keep an eye on the radar. GET ALERTS ON YOUR PHONE: Download our new app TRACK…

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NWS Houston narrows timing, expands scope of severe weather threat Friday night

NWS Houston narrows timing, expands scope of severe weather threat Friday night

This National Weather Service map shows the scope and timing of a severe weather threat to the Greater Houston area on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. This National Weather Service map shows the scope and timing of a severe weather threat to the Greater Houston area on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. Photo: National Weather Service Photo: National Weather Service Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 This National Weather Service map shows…

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Katy woman making &#039;Joey Pouches&#039; for animals affected by Australia wildfires needs your help!

Katy woman making 'Joey Pouches' for animals affected by Australia wildfires needs your help!

KATY, Texas — A Katy woman is asking for donations of materials to help animals affected by the Australian wildfires. Amy Casto is a mother of two and is creating ‘Joey Pouches,’ which are like swaddling blankets for animals orphaned or displaced by the wildfires. “Someone shared a post about about American rescue crafters group on Facebook helping with the Australia catastrophe and I felt an urge to participate in the cause,” Casto told KHOU…

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Houston Zoo donates $5,000 to help Australian animals hurt by wildfires

Houston Zoo donates $5,000 to help Australian animals hurt by wildfires

More than a billion animals killed, scientists estimate By Danny Hermosillo, Chron.com / Houston Chronicle Published 11:37 am CST, Wednesday, January 8, 2020 The Houston Zoo is coming to the aid of animals Down Under, donating $5,000 to help people and wildlife injured or left homeless by wildfires in Australia. The Houston Zoo is coming to the aid of animals Down Under, donating $5,000 to help people and wildlife injured or left homeless by wildfires in…

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&#039;Enhanced&#039; chance of severe weather, thunderstorms in Houston&#039;s forecast

'Enhanced' chance of severe weather, thunderstorms in Houston's forecast

Houston and several surrounding communities have an “enhanced” chance of severe weather Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. Houston and several surrounding communities have an “enhanced” chance of severe weather Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. Photo: National Weather Service Photo: National Weather Service Image 1 of / 18 Caption Close Image 1 of 18 Houston and several surrounding communities have an “enhanced” chance of severe weather Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. Houston and several surrounding communities have an “enhanced”…

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Houston Forecast: Increasing chance for severe weather later this week

Houston Forecast: Increasing chance for severe weather later this week

HOUSTON — Severe weather is possible across Southeast Texas into Louisiana as we get into Friday evening of this week. Currently the Houston area is in the “enhanced risk” zone, 3 out of 5, according to the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center. (Range is 1/least likely to 5/most likely). It’s still too soon to say which parts of town will get the worst of the storms, if any, but if you have plans for…

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Hurricane Harvey heroes featured in documentary set to debut this Thursday

Hurricane Harvey heroes featured in documentary set to debut this Thursday

HOUSTON — *EDITOR’S NOTE: The above video is from Nov. 26 when a little girl wrote a letter to Santa asking for him to repair her Harvey-damaged home. A Tomball business that helped rescue hundreds during Hurricane Harvey will be featured in a documentary that is set to debut on Thursday. “100 Boats: A Hurricane Harvey Documentary,” will be shown at Landmark River Oaks Theater. According to the website, “100 Boats” tells the remarkable story…

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Hurricane Harvey heroes will be featured in documentary set to debut this Thursday

Hurricane Harvey heroes will be featured in documentary set to debut this Thursday

HOUSTON — *EDITOR’S NOTE: The above video is from Nov. 26 when a little girl wrote a letter to Santa asking for him to repair her Harvey-damaged home. A Tomball business that helped rescue hundreds during Hurricane Harvey will be featured in a documentary that is set to debut on Thursday. “100 Boats: A Hurricane Harvey Documentary,” will be shown at Landmark River Oaks Theater. According to the website, “100 Boats” tells the remarkable story…

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As death toll rises, Australia sending aid to towns afflicted by wildfires

As death toll rises, Australia sending aid to towns afflicted by wildfires

TRISTAN LAVALETTE, Associated Press Updated 9:40 am CST, Thursday, January 2, 2020 TOPSHOT – This picture taken on December 31, 2019 shows a firefighter hosing down trees and flying embers in an effort to secure nearby houses from bushfires near the town of Nowra in the Australian state of New South Wales. – Fire-ravaged Australia has launched a major operation to reach thousands of people stranded in seaside towns after deadly bushfires ripped through popular tourist…

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Property owners upstream reservoirs entitled to compensation from Hurricane Harvey flooding, judge rules

Property owners upstream reservoirs entitled to compensation from Hurricane Harvey flooding, judge rules

HOUSTON — A federal court has ruled that homeowners and business owners who have property upstream of the Addicks and Barker dams in Houston should be compensated by the federal government for the flooding that happened during Hurricane Harvey. The U.S. Court of Federal Claims found that the Army Corps of Engineers built, maintained and operated the Addicks and Barker dams to store excess stormwater on private property. But over several decades, thousands of homes…

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Federal Judge Rules Army Corps Liable For Flooding Homes In Addicks And Barker Reservoirs During Harvey

Federal Judge Rules Army Corps Liable For Flooding Homes In Addicks And Barker Reservoirs During Harvey

This aerial photo shows businesses and neighborhoods near Addicks Reservoir that flooded during Hurricane Harvey. A federal judge has ruled the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is liable for homes flooded inside the Addicks and Barker reservoirs during Hurricane Harvey. Judge Charles F. Lettow’s ruling asserts the government effectively took homeowners’ property by allowing the reservoirs to fill up with water and denies the government’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit. “The government’s suggestion that this…

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Watchdog report finds air pollution monitoring fell short during Hurricane Harvey

Watchdog report finds air pollution monitoring fell short during Hurricane Harvey

HOUSTON — *KHOU Editor’s Note: The above video was originally published March 5, 2019* As Hurricane Harvey churned toward Texas in August 2017, oil refineries and other facilities on the state’s heavily industrialized upper Gulf Coast shut down, initiating the release of what companies, government regulators and environmental groups estimated to be millions of pounds of hazardous air pollution. They spewed out even more when they restarted. But the exact extent and human impact of…

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Galveston Advocates Warn Hundreds Could Miss Out On Hurricane Harvey Assistance

Galveston Advocates Warn Hundreds Could Miss Out On Hurricane Harvey Assistance

When Hurricane Harvey made landfall in August 2017, floodwaters marooned Christine Lopez at her cousin’s house for six days. The scene when she returned to her ranch-style home in Friendswood was devastating; at least 5 feet of water had ruined her family’s car, furniture, photos and documents and much of the house itself. More than two years later, Lopez and her husband and 13-year-old son are still living in an RV while they make repairs…

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Automatic flood gates to be installed to protect Kingwood High School from future flooding

Automatic flood gates to be installed to protect Kingwood High School from future flooding

HOUSTON, Texas — The indoor swimming pool is the only water Humble ISD wants to see inside Kingwood High School. Believe it or not, fish ended up in the pool during Hurricane Harvey when water swamped the entire campus. “There was five feet of water in here,” said Humble ISD Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen. “I’m a little more than that, so, it would’ve been almost over my head.” The school re-opened after a $70 million renovation….

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WATCH: Hurricane Harvey Fuels This Artist’s Imaginative Sculptures

WATCH: Hurricane Harvey Fuels This Artist’s Imaginative Sculptures

[embedded content] The Houston Center For Contemporary Craft is currently featuring a series of intricate sculptures inspired by the data gathered from extreme weather events, including Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. The installations are rich with colorful textures and were created using a variety of materials by Boston-based artist Nathalie Miebach.  The pieces incorporate everything from barometric pressure readings to actual tweets by Houstonians who were experiencing Harvey in real-time. Curator Kathryn Hall believes “The…

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Cold front expected this afternoon; severe weather not likely

Cold front expected this afternoon; severe weather not likely

The next cold front is forecast to move through the Houston area late this afternoon. While we were monitoring the possibility of strong storms earlier this week, it appears as though that threat is minimal now at best.  KHOU The Storm Prediction Center has all but removed Houston from the threat of severe weather for Saturday and has shifted that ‘slight risk’ area further to the north and east.  They did leave a ‘marginal’ risk…

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Cold front expected this afternoon. Severe weather not likely.

Cold front expected this afternoon. Severe weather not likely.

The next cold front is forecast to move through the Houston area late this afternoon. While we were monitoring the possibility of strong storms earlier this week, it appears as though that threat is minimal now at best.  KHOU The Storm Prediction Center has all but removed Houston from the threat of severe weather for Saturday and has shifted that ‘slight risk’ area further to the north and east.  They did leave a ‘marginal’ risk…

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Cold front moves into Houston bringing showers and possible tornadoes

Cold front moves into Houston bringing showers and possible tornadoes

A cold front on Saturday afternoon may bring a chance of severe weather. A cold front on Saturday afternoon may bring a chance of severe weather. Photo: National Weather Service Photo: National Weather Service Image 1 of / 50 Caption Close Image 1 of 50 A cold front on Saturday afternoon may bring a chance of severe weather. A cold front on Saturday afternoon may bring a chance of severe weather. Photo: National Weather Service…

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Severe weather threat this weekend for Houston

Severe weather threat this weekend for Houston

The next cold front is forecast to move through the Houston area Saturday afternoon into Saturday evening. Yes, most of us get excited for the cooler temperatures behind a cold front, but this one comes with a severe weather threat.  KHOU The Storm Prediction Center says there is a “Slight Risk” for severe storms for our north and eastern counties. Damaging winds and isolated tornadoes will be the primary threat. The cold front will be…

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Houston could get severe weather Friday

Houston could get severe weather Friday

Much of Houston and the surrounding area is under a marginal risk of severe weather Friday, Nov. 22, 2019. Much of Houston and the surrounding area is under a marginal risk of severe weather Friday, Nov. 22, 2019. Photo: National Weather Service Photo: National Weather Service Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Much of Houston and the surrounding area is under a marginal risk of severe weather Friday, Nov. 22,…

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The Most Destructive Hurricanes Are Hitting US More Often

The Most Destructive Hurricanes Are Hitting US More Often

Homes are surrounded by water from the flooded Brazos River in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey Friday, Sept. 1, 2017, in Freeport, Texas. Big, destructive hurricanes are hitting the U.S. three times more frequently than they did a century ago, according to a new study. Experts generally measure a hurricane’s destruction by adding up how much damage it did to people and cities. That can overlook storms that are powerful, but that hit only sparsely…

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Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher On How Houston Could Recover Quicker From Floods And Hurricanes

Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher On How Houston Could Recover Quicker From Floods And Hurricanes

Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher spoke on a wide range of issues during a visit to Houston Public Media. The Houston Democrat represents the 7th Congressional District in west Harris County. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: <iframe src=”https://embed.hpm.io/351412/351410″ style=”height: 115px; width: 100%;”></iframe> It’s been a long two years for many people who suffered losses when Harvey flooded Houston. Now, there are more people in need of assistance following the…

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Trump threatens to cut US funding for California wildfires

Trump threatens to cut US funding for California wildfires

Christopher Weber, Associated Press Updated 11:46 am CST, Sunday, November 3, 2019 President Donald Trump, center, listening during a Cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House, Monday, Oct. 21, 2019, in Washington. With Trump are Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, left, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, right. less President Donald Trump, center, listening during a Cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House, Monday, Oct. 21, 2019, in…

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