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08/27/05 -- East Texas

Storms Moved Through Saturday Night

by Jene' Young

Strong thunderstorms prompted several severe thunderstorm warnings across East Texas on Saturday. These storms were associated with an outflow boundary. The outflow boundary, which is a small-scale cold front, collided with an unstable environment to produce dangerous winds and heavy rains.

The National Weather Service sighted the following damage reports for Saturday evening:

  • Power lines down on CR 241 southwest of Beckville in Panola County.
  • Trees down in west of Many in Sabine Parish.
  • A tree fell on a house near Joaquin in Shelby County.
  • Hemphill and Bronson noted several trees down in Sabine County.
  • One chicken house destroyed in Nacogdoches.
  • Several trees down in Zavalla and communities north in Southern Angelina County.

Here are the rain totals across East Texas:

Angelina County

  • Huntington:  0.25"
  • Zavalla: 1.8"

Houston County

  • Kennard: 1.25"

Nacogdoches County

  • Carrizo Creek: Trace
  • Looneyville: 0.2"
  • Cushing: 0.3"
  • Garrison: Trace

Trinity County

  • Trinity: 0.3"
  • Apple Springs: 0.1"

Rusk County

  • South Rusk County: 0.6"

Sabine County

  • Milam: 0.4"

San Augustine County

  • Harvey Creek: 1.5"
  • Broaddus: 0.55"

Shelby County

  • Arcadia: 0.1"
  • Timpson: 0.1"

E-mail reports and photos of severe weather in your neighborhood to weather@ktre.com.

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