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The Weather Channel Originals 13m
"You feel like you're just shoved into a washing machine. You lose complete sense of what is up or down." See a new episode of Storm Stories: The Next Chapter THIS SUNDAY at 8/7c.
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Constable Alan Rosen Harris County Pct. 1 56m
Our swift water rescue team is out at 610 @ Link rd, checking for stranded motorists. Also patrolling in Acres Homes, the Heights and other high water locations. Call 911 or our dispatch (713) 755-7628 if you need help.
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Houston Bush Airport 1h
Roads approaching the airport are flooded, if you have to pick someone up from the airport right now, delay your drive. The airport is open, we have power and restaurants are open, so your passenger will be ok.
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The Weather Channel 1h
and . Both devastating . How they're similar and how they're very different.
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Stu Ostro 2h
Very deep thunderstorms produced the exceptionally high rainfall rates last night, erupting above 60,000 feet up in the atmosphere over Winnie.
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The Weather Channel 2h
WATCH: The U.S. Coast Guard rescued an individual via helicopter on I-10 in Beaumont, TX where is live.
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Sean Breslin 3h
Incredible drone footage that shows the situation in Beaumont, TX as a flood emergency worsened earlier today:
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Stu Ostro 3h
Following the landfall of , eruption of torrential thunderstorms two nights in a row, last night's being extreme with its training/regeneration and rainfall rates; totals now measured up to 40+".
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The Weather Channel 3h
Tropical Storm is expected to strengthen into a hurricane again and track toward the Baja California Peninsula before spreading moisture into the U.S. Southwest:
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The Weather Channel 3h
Flash emergencies remain in effect for parts of southeast Texas and have been extended into north-central Harris county, including parts of the Houston area. This is a very dangerous situation - stay put and do not go out on roadways!
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The Weather Channel 3h
is now the 5th wettest tropical cyclone for the contiguous US.
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The Weather Channel 4h
is now a hurricane in the Atlantic. It continues to track west-northwestward and is expected to pass near the northern Leeward Islands late this week:
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Alex Wallace 5h
We show video all the time of what not to do when roads take on water. I wanted to show a prime example of what you should do if you run into this situation. The car in the far distance is what happens when you ignore the warning.
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Chris Bruin 5h
FLASH FLOOD EMERGENCY for all of Beaumont, Texas! Water continues to rise and has left us trapped at our hotel. No one is getting out of here anytime soon, unless you have a boat
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Charles Peek 5h
Massive flooding at the Portier home in Winnie, TX this morning. Just a sampling of the flooding in SE TX this morning. Photos from Lindsey Portier.
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The Weather Channel 5h
"Our flooding is worse during this storm than it was with Hurricane Harvey." We spoke with Vidor, TX Police Chief regarding conditions.
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The Weather Channel 5h
We have LIVE in Beaumont, TX, where the water is up to his knees (and he's 6'4"). Please exercise caution, and do not drive on flooded roads.
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Beaumont Police Dept 7h
Please DO NOT leave your residence and attempt to operate a vehicle on flooded roads. Move to higher ground and await evacuation/rescue. More people lose their life during flooding events by leaving a safe location (which may be taking on water) and driving into flooded streets.
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The Weather Channel 6h
Over 34 inches of rain has fallen in Jefferson County, TX over the past 72 hours.
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The Weather Channel 6h
Hurricane poses flash flood threat to southwestern Mexico coast and may increase moisture in Southwest U.S.:
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