HOUSTON – Nicholas became a hurricane overnight before being downgraded back to a tropical storm. While the brunt of the storm has occurred in the dark, overnight hours, KPRC 2 Insiders and viewers have still been able to share images of the storm’s impact where they live. KPRC 2 crews are also surveying damage as they drive around our coastal communities Here are some of the images we are seeing that caught our attention.
This video shows a down tree in the roadway on Highway 36 in Cedar Lane.
This picture from SH 87 in Galveston County was posted around 10:15 p.m.
At 10 p.m., this is what it looks like in Galveston County
Almost no vehicles were on the roads in Galveston on Monday evening - this video from KPRC 2′s Rose-Ann Aragon
At 10 p.m., this is what it looks like in Matagorda County
More from Matagorda County, this courtesy KPRC 2′s Keith Garvin
This is the view from KPRC 2′s Bill Spencer trying to return from Surfside Beach in Brazoria County
These are two video clips from a resident’s garage on Monday evening from Winnie in Chambers County
This is the view on a wet evening in League City, courtesy KPRC 2′s Brandon Walker
In Pasadena, this was the scene, courtesy KPRC 2′s Michael Lopardi
TS Nicholas rolling into Wharton