HOUSTON – Tropical Storm Beta is moving closer to the Texas coastline and causing high waves and storm surge in coastal communities.
Here is a look at some images being shared on social media of the effects of Beta.
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HOV entrance flooded
⚠The I-45 HOV Travis Entrance is completely flooded out⚠ Stay inside. Avoid unnecessary travel pic.twitter.com/MRLgZ1k3ud— houstontranstar (@houstontranstar) September 22, 2020
Street flooding spotted on 59 South near Belfort
Extreme flooding happening now 59 South near Belfort @TxStormChasers @weatherchannel #TXwx @Weathernetwork @accuweather @GarofaloWX @WeatherNation @TravisABC13 @Angelinasworld @MayraABC13 @Livestormchaser pic.twitter.com/8yRWWfCpoa— Jaime Garcia (@PastorJaimeG) September 22, 2020
Piece of 61st Street Pier breaks off
Here is a video of the end of the 61st Pier breaking off and floating away shortly after 10pm tonight.— NWS Houston (@NWSHouston) September 21, 2020
Conditions will only continue to deteriorate through the night. #HOUwx #GLSwx #Beta #txwx
(webcam from @SaltwaterRecon) pic.twitter.com/x2cUUkssxj
Seawolf Park flooding
Flooding in Seabrook
Storm surge flooding near Seabrook, TX along Galveston Bay this morning. pic.twitter.com/1KJ3o21kDq— Ian Shelton (@IanShelton1997) September 21, 2020