Earlier this week, a tropical storm turned into a hurricane and made landfall in the Houston area. While the storm wasn’t as severe as some that Houston has seen in past years, it still resulted in a peak of 445,013 power outages, many that lasted more than 24 hours.
Here’s where and when the Houston metro area lost power during Hurricane Nicolas.
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