Overnight storms leave some Texans without power
Overnight storms leave scattered parts of Texas without electricity, some flight delays
HOUSTON (AP) — Overnight storms that rolled through parts of Texas have left several thousand people without electricity and caused some travel delays.
The National Weather Service says a thunderstorm moved through the Houston area early Sunday. The Trinity River Authority recorded winds of 77 mph on Lake Livingston Dam about 75 miles north of Houston.
Flight tracker FlightAware.com reported some inbound flights to Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston were delayed.
There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
Dallas-based Oncor (ON'-kor) on Sunday reported about 1,800 customers without power. CenterPoint Energy had nearly 2,000 customer outages in the Houston area and Central Texas.
Forecasters say the Dallas area received nearly 2 inches of rain. Waco had 1.5 inches of precipitation while College Station received 1.2 inches of rain.
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