Houston reacts to winter weather as roads freeze and temperatures drop



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  •   Click here for cold weather safety tips provided by the Office of Emergency Management of the City of Norwalk. Photo: Bob Luckey Jr./Hearst Connecticut Media

  •   Remember 2-1-1. Call United Way / Infoline 2-1-1 for emergency shelters and resources throughout Southwest Connecticut. You love him. (AP Photo / The Canton Repository, Bob Rossiter) Photo: Bob Rossiter, MBO / THE REPOSITORY

  •     Exposure to cold can cause life-threatening health problems. Limit your exposure to low temperatures if you do not go outside unless necessary. . Photo: Bob Luckey / Greenwich Time

  •   Avoid serious conditions such as frostbite and hypothermia, staying warm. Wear a hat, a hood or a scarf, since most of the heat is lost in the head. Use layers, as they provide better insulation and warmth. Keep your fingertips, ear lobes and noses covered if you go outside. Photo: Bob Luckey Jr./Hearst Connecticut Media


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  •   Keep clothes dry; If a layer gets wet, remove it. Cover your mouth with a scarf to protect your lungs. Photo: SKIP DICKSTEIN / 0025443A

  •   Avoid frozen pipes. When it is very cold outside, open the cabinet doors to allow hot air to circulate around the water pipes. Photo: Mike Kemp / This content is subject to copyright.

  •   Let cold water drip from the tap served by exposed pipes. Pbading the water through the pipeline, even by drip, helps prevent the pipes from freezing because the temperature of the water running through it is above the freezing point. Photo: Mike Kemp / Getty Images / Tetra Images RF / Tetra RF images

  •   Keep the thermostat at a constant temperature. This helps prevent the pipes from freezing. Photo: George Frey / Getty Images


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  •   Never thaw a frozen pipe or meter with an open flame. This could cause a fire or cause a steam explosion. Photo: Paul Tessier / Getty Images / (c) Paul Tessier

  •   Give space to heaters. Keep portable heaters stationary and portable at least three feet away from anything that may burn. Turn off the heaters when you leave the room or go to sleep. Photo: Ho

  •   Do not use stoves and ovens to heat your residence. Photo: Express-News File Photo, San Antonio Express-News / ¨ 2012 San Antonio Express-News

  •   Verify smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. Make sure the alarms and CO detectors work properly and replace the batteries as necessary. Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle


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  •         Keep at least half a tank of gas in your vehicle during the winter season. Keep an emergency supply kit in your car with flashlights, hand warmers, blankets and more. Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN, AFP / Getty Images

  •   If you lose heat, take measures to trap the existing hot air and stay warm safely until the heat returns. Install your home as much as possible. Hang blankets over windows and doors and stay in a well-insulated room while there is no electricity.
Photo: Autumn Driscoll / Connecticut

  •   If you lose heat ... get dressed with pleasure. Wear hats, scarves, gloves and clothes in layers. Photo: Autumn Driscoll / Connecticut Post

  •   If you lose heat, head to the fireplace. If you have a fireplace that works, use it to heat and light, but be sure to keep the regulator open for ventilation. / Philip Newton Photo Copyright 2009


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  •   If you lose heat, eat. Food provides your body with the energy needed to produce its own heat and helps your body avoid dehydration. Photo: SKIP DICKSTEIN

  •   If the heat does not recover quickly ... call family and friends. If the cold persists and your heat is not restored, call relatives, neighbors or friends to see if you can stay with them. Photo: Paul Buckowski / 00030081A


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"Pick up astride Lane HOV in Monroe"

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"Pick up astride Lane HOV in Monroe"

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"I feel bad for all the homeless people who live in the streets, I hope they overcome this climate"

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"I feel bad for all the homeless people who live in the streets I hope they do through this climate "

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"Houston had its coldest night since 1996"

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"Houston had its coldest night since 1996"

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"TRANSIT ALERT: All NB lanes of SW FWY at Spur 527 remain CLOSED due to ice conditions Use the Montrose area as an alternate route Westheimer Rd / Alabama St / Richmond Ave."

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"TRANSIT ALERT: All NB lanes of SW FWY on Spur 527 remain CLOSED due to ice conditions Use the Montrose area as alternative route Westheimer Rd / Alabama St / Richmond Bird."

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"Everyone" I love the cold, I love this weather, "people should be the first to drive this morning, the 95 degrees never caused a car to go off the road because the pavement overheated."

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"All the" I love the cold, I love this weather "people should be the first to drive this morning, 95 degrees never made a car go off the road because the pavement overheated "[19659045] Source: Twitter

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"Houston: We are prepared for any type of Houston weather

Houston weather:"

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"Houston: We are prepared for any type of Houston weather

Houston Climate: "

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"Houston is currently thinking about the climate that is to come."

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"Houston is now thinking about the climate that is coming."

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"We're sorry, Khaleesi … Literally we can not even with this weather today!" Houston Weather "WinterStorm"

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"We are sorry, Khaleesi … We literally do not even with this weather today! #HoustonWeather #WinterStorm"

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"I will never complain about the hot weather in Houston again, like this here snow shxt"

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"I will never complain about the hot weather in Houston again, like an ion this here snow shxt "

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"I slipped like frozone of the incredible in this weather"

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"I slipped like frozone of how amazing in this weather"

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] "Weatherman during any dangerous weather: please stay off the roads, and stay in. It's not safe! Do your best to be careful! My parents:"

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"I need pizza, but I do not want to leave, and I do not want the type of pizza to come out with this climate because it does not deserve it"

Source: Twitter [19659044] "I need pizza but I do not want to go out And I do not want the type of pizza to come out with this climate because it does not deserve it. "

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"# houstonweather weather I liked"

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"It does not happen … too cold … it does not compute. #FlashFreeze #weather"

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"It does not happen … too cold … it does not compute. #FlashFreeze #weather "

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"Sorry folks, because of the weather in Texas …"

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"Sorry folks, because of the weather in Texas …"

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"# Millenials are trippin in this weather. #HTown does not know what cold weather is!"

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"# Millenials are trippin in this weather. #HTown doesn & # 39; Know what cold weather really is!"

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"I got up, I got ready but I did not work because of the weather … I'm going to my mom's house to eat some huevos rancheros!"

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"I got up, I got ready but there is no work because of the weather … I go to my mom's house to eat some huevos rancheros!"

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"I have to drive almost 1 hour with this weather to go to my training … I really hope to die so that my employer feels like shit"

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"I have to I drive almost 1 hour with this weather to go to my training … I really hope to die so my employer will feel like crap. "

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"You know something wrong with the weather in Houston when there's really a winter and two days of snow in the same season"

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"You know something bad about the weather in Houston when there is actually a winter and two days of snow in the same season "

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"Texas in winter weather today:"

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"Texas in winter weather today:"

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"When you wear the same outfit as someone else at an ice-cold party. @chitakhou @JenniferReyna #Houston"

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"When you wear the same outfit as someone else at a party frost @chitakhou @JenniferReyna #Houston "

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"I just received a text message from my employer, telling me to stay home because of the weather. @ RcsSports, do you know what I did, huh?"

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"I just received a text message from my employer, telling me to stay home because of the weather. @ RcsSports, do you know what I did, huh?"

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"A million things to do and I can not do because the Houston climate is hormonal."

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"A million things to do and can not do because the Houston climate is hormonal."

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"Houston, you've been drunk lately when it comes to the weather … although today you're super drunk."

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"Houston, you've been drunk lately when it comes to weather … although today you're super drunk."

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"70f yesterday and 30f today with a 2-inch snow forecast, Texas climate is like a woman, unpredictable."

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"70f yesterday and 30f today with a 2-inch snow prediction.The climate of Texas is like a woman, unpredictable."

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"We were literally short circuited yesterday, running in a 65-70 degree climate, today it's 36 #houstonweather"

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"We were literally in shorts yesterday, running at 65 -70 degrees of weather Today is 36 #houstonweather "

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"Check it out! Icicles on traffic signs at Fort Bend Co.! @ KPRC2 @ KPRC2TRAFFIC"

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"Take a look! Icicles on traffic signs at Fort Bend Co.! @ KPRC2 @ KPRC2TRAFFIC "

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"* me when my manager called to tell me to leave early for work so I would not have a car accident during the winter weather *"

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"* me when my manager called to to say to go to work soon so as not to have a car accident during the winter weather * "

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"A little weather and everyone loses their minds, why do they have to be like this? #chaos #madness #nowday #blizzard"

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"A little bit of weather and all they lose their heads "Why do they have to be like that? #chaos #madness #nowday #blizzard "

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"Ugh … keep your winter weather in the northern states No, thank you. #Houstonweather"

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"Ugh … keep your winter weather in the states of the north, thank you #Houstonweather "

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"I tried to open the truck door live I can not. # Abc13"

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"I tried to open the truck door live I can not. # Abc13"

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"New year, new me". Cleary the weather in #Houston does not care about resolutions. #houwx "

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" New Year, new me. "Cleary the weather in #Houston does not care about resolutions. #houwx"

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"Here is the minute I realized that my cold weather preparations had failed, I had not scraped ice, I was frustrated again, I was waiting for the defroster."

Source: Twitter [19659044] "This is where I realized my cold weather preparations failed … There was no ice scraper! They fell apart again … Waiting in the defogger."

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"Meteorological report: snow, sleet and freezing rain Houston: close the city. #Houwx"

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"Weather report: snow, sleet and freezing rain.: Close the city . #Houwx "

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"I talked to a guy at the gym this morning who moved here from New Jersey four years ago, I can not believe how #Houston closes with the cold and the ice, I have to accept that it's a bit too much." Snowpocalypse2018 "

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" I spoke with a guy in the gym this morning who moved here from New Jersey 4 years ago. He can not believe how #Houston goes off with a little cold weather and ice. I have to accept that it is a bit too much. # Snowpocalypse2018

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"It does not happen … too cold … it does not compute. #FlashFreeze #weather"

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"It does not happen … too cold … it does not compute. #FlashFreeze #weather "

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Click here for cold weather safety tips provided by the Office of Emergency Management of the City of Norwalk.

Click here for safety advice on cold weather provided by the Office of Emergency Management of the City of Norwalk.

Photo: Bob Luckey Jr. / Hearst Connecticut Media


Remember 2-1-1.

United Way / Infoline 2-1-1 can be called for emergency shelters and resources throughout southwest Connecticut. You love him.

(AP Photo / The Canton Repository, Bob Rossiter)

Remember 2-1-1.

United Way / Infoline 2-1-1 can be called for emergency shelters and resources throughout southwest Connecticut. You love him.

(AP Photo / The Canton Repository, Bob Rossiter)

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Exposure to cold can cause health problems that threaten life.

Limit your exposure to low temperatures if you do not go outside unless necessary.

Exposure to cold can cause life-threatening health problems.

exposure to low temperatures by not leaving unless necessary.

Photo: Bob Luckey


Avoid serious conditions such as frostbite and hypothermia, maintaining heat.

Wear a hat, a hood or a scarf, since most of the heat is lost in the head. Use layers, as they provide better insulation and warmth. Keep your fingertips, ear lobes and noses covered if you go outside.

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Avoid serious conditions such as frostbite and hypothermia, maintaining heat.

Wear a hat, a hood or a scarf, since most of the heat is lost in the head. Use layers, as they provide better insulation and warmth. Keep

… more

Photo: Bob Luckey Jr./Hearst Connecticut Media



Keep clothes dry; If a layer gets wet, remove it.

Cover your mouth with a scarf to protect your lungs.

Keep clothes dry; If a layer gets wet, remove it.

Cover your mouth with a scarf to protect your lungs.

Photo: SKIP DICKSTEIN


Avoid frozen pipes.

When it is very cold outside, open the cabinet doors to allow hot air to circulate around the water pipes.

Avoid frozen pipes.

When it is very cold outside, open the cabinet doors to allow hot air to circulate around the water pipes.

Photo: Mike Kemp


Let cold water drip from the tap served by the exposed pipes.

Water running through the pipe, even in a trickle, helps prevent the pipes from freezing because the temperature of the water running through it is above the freezing point.

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Let cold water drip from the tap served by the exposed pipes.

The water running through the pipe, even in a trickle, helps prevent the pipes from freezing because the temperature of the running water is

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Photo: Mike Kemp / Getty Images / Tetra Images RF


Keep the thermostat set to a constant temperature.

This helps prevent the pipes from freezing.

Keep the thermostat set to a constant temperature.

This helps prevent the pipes from freezing.

Photo: George Frey / Getty Images



Never thaw a frozen pipe or meter with an open flame.

This could cause a fire or cause a steam explosion.

Never thaw a frozen pipe or meter with an open flame.

This could cause a fire or cause a steam explosion.

Photo: Paul Tessier / Getty Images


Give room for space heaters.

Keep portable heaters stationary and portable at least three feet away from anything that may burn. Turn off the heaters when you leave the room or go to sleep.

Give room for space heaters.

Keep portable heaters stationary and portable at least three feet away from anything that may burn. Turn off the heaters when you leave the room or go to sleep.

Photo: Ho


Do not use stoves and ovens to heat your residence.

Do not use stoves and ovens to heat your residence.

Photo: Express-News File Photo, San Antonio Express-News


Check smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.

Make sure that the alarms and CO detectors work properly and replace the batteries as necessary.

Verify smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.

Make sure the alarms and CO detectors are working properly and replace the batteries as necessary.

Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle



Keep at least half a tank of gasoline in your vehicle during the winter season.

Keep an emergency supply kit in your car with flashlights, hand warmers, blankets and more.

Keep at least half a tank of gas in your vehicle during the winter season.

Keep an emergency supply kit in your car with flashlights, hand warmers, blankets and more.

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If you lose heat, take measures to trap the existing hot air and stay warm safely until the heat returns.

Isolate your home as much as possible. Hang blankets over windows and doors and stay in a well-insulated room while there is no electricity.

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If you lose heat, take measures to trap the existing hot air and stay warm safely until the heat returns.

Isolate your home as much as possible. Hang blankets over windows and doors and stay in a well-insulated place

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If you lose heat … get dressed with pleasure.

Wear hats, scarves, gloves, and clothing in layers.

If you lose heat … get dressed with pleasure.

Wear hats, scarves, gloves and clothing in layers.

Photo: Autumn Driscoll


If you lose heat, go to the fireplace.

If you have a fireplace that works, use it to heat and light, but be sure to keep the air vent open.

If you lose heat, go to the fireplace.

If you have a fireplace that works, use it to heat and light, but be sure to keep the air vent open.

Photo: Philip Newton Photo Copyright 2009



If you lose heat, eat.

Foods provide your body with the energy needed to produce its own heat and help your body avoid dehydration.

If you lose heat, eat.

Food provides your body with the energy needed to produce its own heat and helps your body avoid dehydration.

Photo: SKIP DICKSTEIN


If the heat does not recover quickly … call family and friends.

If the cold persists and your heat does not recover, call relatives, neighbors or friends to see if you can stay with them.

If the heat does not recover quickly … call family and friends.

If the cold persists and your heat is not restored, call relatives, neighbors or friends to see if you can stay with them.

Photo: Paul Buckowski


Houston reacts to winter weather as roads freeze and temperatures drop



It is likely to be a laugh for the rest of the country, but it is known in Houston that the city's climate can be bipolar, especially when Monday is in the 60s and the minimum on Tuesday is 23 degrees.

On Tuesday, temperatures in Houston fell below freezing and the National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning and warning for the Houston subway and surrounding areas. The coldness continued until Wednesday morning after a heavy freeze during the night caused the water on the roads to turn to ice.



LAST: freezing rain, sleet on the road while Houston remains under warning

When the city awoke until Wednesday, officials advised citizens to stay indoors and not drive if they do not need it since There was ice on some roads.


Many businesses and schools in the Houston area closed or had a delayed start on Wednesday to ensure that their students and employees were safe at home during inclement weather. With their winter free day, dozens of residents moved to social networks to express their views on the changing climate of Houston.

To see some of their funny reactions from social networks, check the photos in the gallery above.

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Heather Leighton is a digital journalist at Chron.com. Considers herself to be Jack (that is) of all trades and covers various topics, from entertainment to politics . You can read more of her stories here and follow her on Twitter at @loveheathernoel .



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