Hurricane Hanna created problems for Texans in places like Port Mansfield, South Padre Island and Corpus Christi, as strong winds and heavy rain hit those areas.
The hurricane made landfall late Saturday afternoon south of Corpus Christi.
The storm created high winds, flash flooding and anywhere from 6 to 12 inches of rain in the hardest-hit areas.
Here’s a look at what residents in different parts of the state experienced on Saturday.
NEW #VIDEO! Hurricane Hanna has made landfall on the SE Texas coast. Here is footage from one of our stringers, Max Olson, as it caused damage in Port Mansfield. Currently the town is still in the calm eye of the hurricane as of 6:30pm CT. #txwx pic.twitter.com/KwLozzRQFw— Live Storms Media (@LiveStormsMedia) July 25, 2020
LIVE LOOK at the middle of Hurricane Hanna from Port Mansfield Texas https://t.co/iobzttOjgu— Gage (@Mr12G) July 25, 2020
Video: Hurricane Hanna causes damage to mobile homes in Port Mansfield, Texas. pic.twitter.com/Jw9MjCNBwl— Porter Medium (@PorterMedium) July 25, 2020
Having a long weekend at the beach in Port Aransas, Texas during Hurricane Hanna is like this. The wind and rain was so wild that I could hardly keep my eyes open. #Hurricane Hanna# pic.twitter.com/JrU8pLMJAn— WitchyWitch (@road2liberty) July 26, 2020
South Padre Island
Something wicked this way comes. Anyone local needs to prepare for serious flooding and evac ASAP if in low lying area. pic.twitter.com/39nDokxyrQ— SPadre (@SpacePadreIsle) July 25, 2020
Downtown Corpus Christi. Credit: J. Cuellar. pic.twitter.com/CaBI3JK4mo— KIII 3 Weather (@kiii3weather) July 25, 2020
GULF OF MEXICO - Dash cam view from this morning's flight of WP-3D Orion #NOAA43 "Miss Piggy" going through the eyewall into the eye of Hurricane #Hanna. Credit: Nick Underwood, NOAA #FlyNOAA #MsPiggyFlies pic.twitter.com/WcqywpjJDq— NOAA Aircraft Operations Center (@NOAA_HurrHunter) July 25, 2020