- Malignant severe thunderstorms struck the Texas Coastal Bend early Thursday morning.
- At least one more tornado landed on Wednesday afternoon in North Louisiana
Heavy storms on early Thursday morning may have produced at least one tornado in Texas, and another likely tornado ripped through parts of Louisiana on Wednesday night during the last tidal wave and heavy weather
After midnight, a gusting line of heavy thunderstorms thundered through the Texas Coastal Bend causing sporadic damage in the districts of Bee, Nueces, Refugio, Aransas, Nueces, and Calhoun
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Law enforcement agencies in the city Woodsboro, about 30 miles north of Corpus Christi, reported that several houses were missing roofs and just before 1 pm CDT windows were missing About half an hour later, a tornado destroyed the second story of a Holiday Beach house.
According to the Aransas Civil Protection Office, seven people had to be rescued.
Calhoun District Disaster Relief reported that homes in the seaside town of Seadrift were damaged, possibly by a tornado. A gust of 60 mph was measured at 1:12 pm at Seadrift Harbor.
The Squall Line also blew up the Corpus Christi Metro area and cut off power lines on Rand Morgan Road on the west side of the city.
Earlier, severe storms overturned trees and power pylons in Beeville, Texas.
Wednesday afternoon, an obvious tornado landed near Mangham, Louisiana, Falling Trees of which at least one landed in a house.
Earlier Wednesday KXAN.com in Caldwell County, Texas, reported a storm that ripped through the area and destroyed the roof of a home .
Cory Benoit, the owner of the house, told KXAN that the storm had fallen after the storm. From the roof, water began to be poured into the house. When he was able to open drains in his concrete floor, the water reached his ankles.
Residents of Point Blank, Texas, said that branches and debris were scattered across streets Click2Houston.com reported. Some structures had roof damage.
The storms also caused local floods that flooded roads and forced civil servants to make water savers. On the Texas State University campus in San Marcos, an apartment complex had partially flooded its parking garage and several vehicles were in flood.
No serious injuries were reported on these storms and floods.