Storms Cause Damage in the Brazos Valley

By: Ashley Lacewell & Rodney Harris Email
By: Ashley Lacewell & Rodney Harris Email

Overnight storms have produced widespread wind damage throughout portions of the Brazos Valley, including an unconfirmed tornado in Snook.

The Burleson County Emergency Management Coordinator reports FM 2039 is shut down to clear a tree, FM 60, a mile east of Snook has four power lines down and the road will be shut down to one lane. County Road 246 and FM 2039 has extensive damage. Also, County Road 102 and 128 has trees and debris.

College Station Police are reporting 5 damaged classrooms at College Station Middle School, which could likely be contributed to damaging winds. Classes will still be held, just moved to different classrooms.

Meanwhile, Snook ISD is delayed until 10:00am Wednesday morning because of power outages. The Burleson County Sheriff's Department stated that the power was back on around 7am.


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