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KPRC 2 viewers send photos and videos of intense rain and hail as dangerous storms move through

HOUSTON – The Houston area was hit Monday afternoon with a precipitation rate of about 4 inches per hour as of 2 p.m., according to KPRC 2 meteorologists Justin Stapleton and Caroline Brown. Both airports had ground stops, Arcola had a funnel cloud, Sugar Land had damage during the storms.

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Mémaw

A little rainy in Santa Fe, Texas

Bec Bay

Lightning, thunder, and massive winds blow into Blessing from the west.

Jason K13

Love at first sight today in my side yard

Mary Ann

Sitting in an elementary school in Pasadena at 2:45 p.m.

Bob Kuhl

A home on Lake Livingston was flooded for 2 weeks with no access. TRA will not keep the dam gates open long enough or enough to release water, allowing us access for cleaning and preventing mold, etc.

Linda K.D.

View from our cruise ship About to leave.

shusky

Hail from the storm that passed through Amphion, Texas, on May 13, 2024, around 11:50 a.m.

shusky

Trees damaged by the storm that passed through Amphion, Texas on May 13, 2024, around noon.

Karla Fletcher

Residential street flooding Mason Rd, one kilometer south of the Westpark Tollway. Richmond/Katy area.

Traci Wallace

Half dollar sized marble hail in Blackhill today!!

Through swimming

The Great Lakes district is becoming a big lake!

In Katy, at the Nottingham Place Apartments.

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