One tornado ripped through southeast communities Houston On Tuesday, the City of Toronto destroyed a Senior Living Center in its vicinity and caused other damages. as A powerful storm began to whip across the Gulf Coast before moving northeast across the United States.

Three people sustained mild-to-moderate injuries when the storm moved through Louisiana on Tuesday from Texas. The storm had damaged mobile homes northwest of Baton Rouge and left them vulnerable to severe storms. The Advocate newspaper reported. A police official at the Pointe Coupee Parish Sheriff’s Office confirmed the report but declined to provide other details.

For parts of, there was a tornado watch that affected more than 2 million residents. Alabama, Florida and Mississippi Tuesday morning at 6:00 a.m., with more than 124,000 customers across Texas and Arkansas had no electricityAccording to (a website that monitors power outages), the figure is.

New Orleans, National Weather Service bureau warned Strong tornadoes or wind gusts up to 70 mph were possible on the Gulf Coast from 6 AM Eastern Time.

On Wednesday in the Southeast, rain, thunderstorms, and flash flooding were possible. There was also heavy rainfall across the corridor from Virginia to Boston on Wednesday, according the Weather Service said in a forecast. On Wednesday and Thursday, heavy snow is expected to fall in parts of the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic as well as Northeast. Winter storm warnings were issued for more than 20 million residents of these regions. as We are getting close to dawn on Wednesday

On Tuesday night, the Texas storm ravaged Texas. Emergency responders were dispatched to Deer Park about 19 miles from Houston. HoustonPasadena was nearby and helped remove debris from roads and respond to requests for help.

Officials said that the storm ripped through Deer Park shortly before 3:00 p.m. and destroyed San Jacinto Manor. This senior assisted living center was also damaged. No one was injured, and the city said it had been able to relocate the center’s 59 residents by Tuesday night.

Mayor Jerry Mouton said that emergency workers were currently assessing the damage caused by Deer Park’s fallen power lines as well as damage to houses.

There were no injuries or deaths reported. However, the police said there were dozens of calls coming in so that help might be needed sooner than anticipated.

The conditions in Pasadena were very similar. It is located near Deer Park, and approximately 14 miles to the southeast. HoustonThe tornado hit the town of Pasadena at 2:30 p.m. Raul Granados, Pasadena Police Department spokesperson, stated that the tornado caused significant damage to houses and businesses but not fatalities. The American Red Cross and Salvation Army were coordinating meal assistance and shelters for people had who lost homes.

Pasadena animal shelter was sustained “substantial damage,” including a partial roof collapse, Sergeant Granados said. There were no injuries to employees, while two of the dogs suffered minor injuries.

More than 70 animals were being transported to temporary shelters Tuesday night, Laura Mireles, a spokeswoman for the mayor’s office said. Two subdivisions suffered significant damage.

Streets flooding stranded a school bus from the Waller Independent School DistrictIt is located approximately 40 miles northeast of HoustonStudents from high schools are forced to move to another vehicle because of this.

Deer Park, Texas was home to a Shell chemical plant. “flaring,” A controlled burning of gases that emits flames from smokestacks, due to a “loss of on-site steam” The severe weather can cause damage. the company said on Twitter. Curtis Smith, a spokeswoman, claimed that flaring was not a threat to community.

Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas said he had directed the Texas Division of Emergency Management to prepare the state’s response resources, adding that the authorities at every level were at the ready. On Tuesday, more than 100 flights were cancelled and over 500 delayed at George Bush Intercontinental Airport. HoustonAccording to FlightAware (a flight tracking company), the figure is.

A National Weather Service report was issued tornado emergency for suburbs east of Houston Around 2:30 p.m., local time. A tornado emergency is “an exceedingly rare tornado warning issued when there is a severe threat to human life and catastrophic damage from an imminent or ongoing tornado,” According to Weather Service.

In Louisiana, the governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness tweeted messages About storm safety “We face another severe weather threat this week,” According to the agency, residents should remain vigilant. The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency Similar messages were sent about storm preparedness.

New Orleans was devastated by the deadly tornado that struck last month as A series of severe storms struck the South. Two tornadoes struck the South last March. They killed at least one person in the vicinity of the city and left a trail of destruction.

Scientists were able to establish links between warming planets and heat waves, droughts and hurricanes. The same can’t be said for tornadoes yet, even as Researchers discover patterns and behavior in tornadoes from scientists.

Derrick Bryson Taylor And Jesus Jiménez Participatory reporting