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Houston — Another severe thunderstorm hit the Houston area Tuesday, less than two weeks after a derecho devastated the city. The skies blackened as winds and rain blew through around lunch, leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power. After the storm swept through the area, bringing wind, rain and hail, it left behind over […] The post Houston Area Hit With Another Big Storm: Over 300,000 Without Power appeared first on 93Q Country.

While the Big Bend region of Florida prepared for the possibility of the first direct hit by a hurricane in more than a century, residents along the state’s west coast were wary of Hurricane Idalia’s “dirty side.”

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While preparing for a storm, experts say one of the best things you can do is take photos of your home beforehand.

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From our friends at Space City Weather The overall forecast remains on track for Houston, with a strong Arctic front moving into the region tonight and setting up several days of colder weather. I still don’t things will get too extreme for Houston—much of the city probably will not see a hard freeze—but this winter […]

Take care on the roads this morning, as we’ll continue to see rain, heavy at times roll through much of the region.

Sign up for alerts: alerthouston.org With the 7 p.m. update, Tropical Storm Nicholas had winds of 70 miles per hour and is traveling to the NNE at 12 miles per As of 6:30am, the heaviest rain associated with Tropical Storm Nicholas is moving to the northeast as the center of the storm continues to move […]

TROPICS: Looks like a depression/storm forms this weekend in the western Gulf. It will move north toward Texas and bring a lot of moisture along with it. The chance for rain goes up Sunday and lingers through early next week. Heaviest rain threat Texas/SW Louisiana.

It’s a little early to tell where this is going, but it’s a good idea to keep in on your ‘radar.’