Storms leave behind damage across Brazos Valley
Storms late Saturday night and early Sunday morning left behind a trail of damage scattered across the Brazos Valley.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) -Storms late Saturday night and early Sunday morning left behind a trail of damage scattered across the Brazos Valley.
Builders have quite the mess on their hands down in College Station where the entire frame of a home under construction was blown down overnight on Amistad Loop in the Midtown area near Rock Prairie Road.
On Ruskin Drive in Bryan, a KBTX viewer sent us photos of a tree that fell and pulled down utility lines.
⛈️Last night's storms left a trail of damage in Bryan-College Station.— Rusty Surette (@KBTXRusty) May 23, 2022
📸:Below: the frame of a house came down in the Midtown area of College Station. A large tree also took down utility lines in Bryan.
📲MORE: https://t.co/FPcy0DGcxW pic.twitter.com/ReB1OiTLaU
Lightning, heavy rain, and high winds swept through causing scattered power outages and a handful of vehicle accidents.
KBTX Chief Meteorologist Shel Winkley says officially, Bryan-College Station received 0.78″ of rain between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. Nearly stationary storms dumped 3″ to 5″ of rain along the Highway 79 corridor in parts of Milam, Robertson, and Leon Counties. Read more about rainfall totals here and click here to see which areas could get even more rain this week!
Rounds of rain and thunderstorms expected between the wee hours of Tuesday and late Wednesday.— Shel Winkley (@KBTXShel) May 23, 2022
Up for grabs: 1" to 4" of widespread rain, w/localized higher totals. A few storms could be strong/severe -- wind gusts being the greatest concern.
We'll take it one by one #bcstx pic.twitter.com/bqYpNbNakF
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