HOUSTON – A round of severe thunderstorms moved through the Houston area Tuesday. More storms are possible Wednesday.
As severe weather moves through the Houston area, follow our coverage in our live blog below:
11:47 a.m. -- Lightning believed to have sparked 2 house fires
11:35 a.m. -- Some Houston-area residents facing flooding for second time this month
7:54 a.m. -- Update from Meteorologist Jeff Linder of the Harris County Flood Control District on flooding in Houston areas
7:51 a.m. -- Reports of fallen trees in Brazoria County
7:50 a.m. -- Reports of damage and flooding in northwest Houston
6:22 a.m. -- Tree falls onto home and damages porch in north Houston
6:20 a.m. -- Flooding on roadway makes street impassable on Jensen near Lyons in northeast Houston
6:19 a.m. -- Reports of flooding and storm damage in Brazoria County
5:57 a.m. -- Patrol fleet of Harris County Precinct 4 constables from Cypresswood office move to higher ground following rising in Cypress Creek
Due to the rise in water in Cypress Creek, we have moved our entire patrol fleet from our Cypresswood office to higher ground. This will Not effect emergency operations. pic.twitter.com/V5hu8ZgSZl— Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4 (@Pct4Constable) May 19, 2021
Constable Mark Hermann said the patrol fleet of Harris County Precinct 4 constables from the Cypresswood office has moved to higher ground due to the water rising in Cypress Creek. The move will not affect operations.