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More Severe Weather Forecast for Texas Following String of Extreme Storms

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More Severe Weather Forecast for Texas Following String of Extreme Storms

More Severe Weather Forecast for Texas Following String of Extreme Storms

More Severe Weather , Forecast for Texas Following , String of Extreme Storms. 'The Independent' reports that nearly a quarter of a million people remain without power in Texas following a series of severe storms. .

The National Weather Service has warned that more heavy rain and dangerous winds are forecast for the area.

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According to utility company Oncor, work to restore power remains ongoing.

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Heavy rain, thunder, lightning and flooding are impacting several of the communities where Oncor teams are working to restore these outages, Oncor website, via 'The Independent'.

Storms on May 28 killed a 16-year-old worker in the Houston suburb of Magnolia.

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In Houston, streets remain flooded from the same storm, as more severe thunderstorm watches were put into effect on the morning of May 31.

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According to National Weather Service meteorologist Josh Weiss, the May 31 storm system , "does look like it's going to be encompassing Texas again.”.

Weiss added that other areas are also at risk of experiencing severe storms and potential flash flooding.

Southern Arkansas, northern Louisiana, Mississippi are likely to see strong winds and hail, Josh Weiss, National Weather Service meteorologist, via 'The Independent'.

At the same time, the weather service has issued a heat advisory for several areas, including Corpus Christi, Laredo and McAllen


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