HOUSTON — We knew a cool front was on the way to southeast Texas and this afternoon, it made it here with strong storms and high winds. At one point, a severe thunderstorm warning was issued for parts of the area. That was allowed to expire at 3:15 p.m.
KHOU meteorologist Blake Mathews said the front was coming more quickly than we originally expected -- and did it ever!
Many of you helped us capture images of the storms as they moved in.
In Atascocita, Twitter user @LoboInHTown says the wind snapped a tree
And in north Houston, the strong wind pushed around a couple of dumpsters like they were nothing.
Air 11 was over the procession for HPD Sgt. Harold Preston when the storm moved in. It captured the leading edge of the storm.
And in northwest Harris County it went from sunny weather to this in just a few minutes.
Michael Rosenhouse, one of our colleagues at KHOU 11, captured this video of strong wind in Meyerland.
And in Baytown, viewer Kat Debler captured these ominous clouds with the storm.
We will keep adding images and videos to this page. If you want to share your view of the storm, download the KHOU 11 News app and submit through our new Near Me feature.