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Most Intense TikToks Showing Hurricane Beryl in Texas

Mother Nature is no laughing matter, as we have learned with the recent Hurricane Beryl that hit multiple states hard with the downpouring rain and the intense winds. It’s obvious that Texas was hit the hardest with winds up to 84 miles per hour recorded in the Houston area, according to USA Today.

As yesterday progressed, we saw the storm weaken and was downgraded to a tropical storm but still possible to cause damage with anything standing in its way. There were millions of Texans without power as crews will continue to restore power over the next few days.

It’s devastating to hear that at least two people are confirmed dead due to what was a Category 1 storm when it first touched down. There was so much rainfall that flooding became a real issue for many drivers.

As the intense storm continued to pound its way through Texas many people wanted to share their experiences online so there were tons of videos of the storm popping up online. And we wanted to bring those experiences to you, that way you didn’t have to go searching around.

@cbsmornings Hurricane Beryl is slowing down as it moves across Texas, which means areas like Houston and Galveston Island will see hours of heavy rain, hurricane-force winds and several feet of storm surge. #hurricane #beryl #hurricaneberyl #texas #storm ♬ original sound – CBS Mornings
@g.sxlva Hurricane Beryl Texas. #hurricaneberyl #beryl #hurricane #texasweather #hurricane2024 #hurricaneberylwatch #texasweather #hurricanecheck ♬ TURNNN DOWNN FOR WHATT – maryam<3
@bocheap Check on your people in #Houston #hurricaneberyl ♬ original sound – Bocheap
@olebabyblue83 @Buc-Ee’s #pearland#hurricane#hurricaneberyl#Beryl♬ original sound – Platinum Films

These videos continue to remind us of how powerful mother nature can be. We hope that if you were affected by the storm, you can find relief quickly. Here is a look at just how intense Beryl was in Texas.

Source: USA Today