Hurricane Beryl

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Yay! My power is back on i was only without power for 16 hours, much better than Ike when i went 2 weeks without power i went 3 days without power during the Derecho also. I hope everyone is doing ok.
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don wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:08 pm Yay! My power is back on i was only without power for 16 hours, much better than Ike when i went 2 weeks without power i went 3 days without power during the Derecho also. I hope everyone is doing ok.
Where are you located? Glad somebody got power back.
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Tx2005 wrote:
don wrote: Yay! My power is back on i was only without power for 16 hours, much better than Ike when i went 2 weeks without power i went 3 days without power during the Derecho also. I hope everyone is doing ok.
Where are you located? Glad somebody got power back.
I'm temporarily staying in Bay City at the moment. I just checked the centerpoint outage numbers i haven't seen outages this bad since Ike.

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Heat index is suppose to be 105 tomorrow.
Great...
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Hurricane Beryl packed a punch for a Category 1 hurricane.
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Ptarmigan wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:05 pm Hurricane Beryl packed a punch for a Category 1 hurricane.
To say the least. Lost power here around 4am. Drive around the neighborhood and the tree damage is incredible.

I had a massive Bur Oak lose a good 1/3 of its limbs and some fence sections down. Others weren’t as lucky. I saw 7-8 houses with trees down on or into the house. So many trees/fences destroyed out here. Hoping power comes back sooner rather than later.
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don wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:25 pm
Tx2005 wrote:
don wrote: Yay! My power is back on i was only without power for 16 hours, much better than Ike when i went 2 weeks without power i went 3 days without power during the Derecho also. I hope everyone is doing ok.
Where are you located? Glad somebody got power back.
I'm temporarily staying in Bay City at the moment. I just checked the centerpoint outage numbers i haven't seen outages this bad since Ike.


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Pretty much similar just different part of Houston. Ike was supposed to take the track Beryl did but ended up down I45 and poor people on Bolivar thought they were in the clear. Sad what ended up happening there
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davidiowx wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:20 pm
don wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:25 pm
Tx2005 wrote:

Where are you located? Glad somebody got power back.
I'm temporarily staying in Bay City at the moment. I just checked the centerpoint outage numbers i haven't seen outages this bad since Ike.


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Pretty much similar just different part of Houston. Ike was supposed to take the track Beryl did but ended up down I45 and poor people on Bolivar thought they were in the clear. Sad what ended up happening there
That was tragic on Bolivar Island as homes were just erased by the back surge. Originally, Ike was supposed to blaze through College Station as a hurricane, instead of though Conroe and Huntsville.
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davidiowx wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:20 pm
don wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:25 pm
Tx2005 wrote:

Where are you located? Glad somebody got power back.
I'm temporarily staying in Bay City at the moment. I just checked the centerpoint outage numbers i haven't seen outages this bad since Ike.


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Pretty much similar just different part of Houston. Ike was supposed to take the track Beryl did but ended up down I45 and poor people on Bolivar thought they were in the clear. Sad what ended up happening there
I remember that. Ike was also forecasted to be a Category 3 hurricane.
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DP of 69°F here on the backside. Went for a walk/run with the dog. Our DP had been about 79°F for a couple of weeks at least.

2.98 inches of rain. We were fortunate. Hope everyone's power is back on really soon and any repairs are completed swiftly.
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New Caney got smacked good I’m not sure if we just got a really bad band or what I’ve never been through anything like that. We have trees down everywhere and my yard looks like a bomb went off.
We also have major power line issues as well
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Beryl was the most intense storm I’ve ever experienced. I’ll never forget her! No power here for officially 20 hours now.
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My power is out. There is so much yard debris and damaged crapes. It's a mess. This situation could have been a lot worse for all of us. What a horrible time for me to have no power with all of these health issues.

Walking, talking, breathing. Thank the powers to be.
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I have power, but my internet went kapoof, in a city of 500,000 folks, my street was the only one to maintain power in katy , talk about luck, good news is we should have several days of quiet weather to aid in the recovery affords, hope yall get you’re power back soon!
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Back to the July thread…

Im sick of Beryl since he put a tree on my house. Hopefully we all get power soon. This heat will start cranking back up today!
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Berly hit atascocita hard. Trees and power lines down everywhere. I am sure we will be without power for a few days.
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Beryl made Hurricane Nicholas (2021) look like child's play.Both were cat 1's that made landfall near the same area.
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We just got our power back. 32 hours without it.
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don wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 12:22 pm Beryl made Hurricane Nicholas (2021) look like child's play.Both were cat 1's that made landfall near the same area.
Nicholas was pretty much a nonevent for a good portion of our area due to its weird track.
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