June 25, 2024

Four people died and one million lost power during the massive weather event

Independent weather researcher In2ThinAir had a video pulled from TikTok on Friday after he successfully predicted weather manipulation was setting up an extreme weather event around Houston, Texas.

He wrote, “Wow. #Tiktok just BANNED this video of the weather prediction I made! (Even though it was RIGHT!) Don’t worry though! You can still find channels and videos of people assaulting each other and being clowns all day.. or even some Death if thats your thing! but Me predicting a MAJOR WEATHER event isn’t ok… LOL.”

Wow 🤣 #Tiktok just BANNED this video of the weather prediction I made!
(Even though it was RIGHT!)
Don’t worry though! You can still find channels and videos of people assaulting each other and being clowns all day.. or even some Death if thats your thing!
but Me predicting a… pic.twitter.com/ZJjuCGZkRC

— In2ThinAir (@In2ThinAir) May 17, 2024

Full video:

In the video, green lasers can be seen streaking across the sky and a huge gap of weather is created by what he says are radar towers going off at the same time.

After releasing the video, the storm hit Houston, Texas, on Thursday just as In2ThinAir predicted.

At least four people died in the violent weather event, and an estimated one million people lost power.

It sure would have been nice if they were warned of what was coming!

Its as if a bomb went off.#texas #houston #louisiana pic.twitter.com/hpq608LcHy

— In2ThinAir (@In2ThinAir) May 17, 2024

Check out some of the damage in the videos below:

🚨 #BREAKING: At least 4 people are dead and many others injured after strong storms RAVAGE Downtown Houston

Some reports showing 100+ mph winds whipped throw the city causing extensive damage throughout.
pic.twitter.com/0jiubq1Z7E

— Nick Sortor (@nicksortor) May 17, 2024

This unbelievable storm that ripped through downtown tore the side of this bar off. This is Conejo Malo at Travis and Commerce. pic.twitter.com/C4f1KxWVNU

— Mycah Hatfield (@MycahABC13) May 17, 2024

BREAKING: Widespread damage in Houston after severe storms roll through; windows blown out of skyscrapers downtownpic.twitter.com/SDEEcWmGMe

— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) May 17, 2024

🚨#BREAKING: Nearly a Million are without Power as Powerful Storms Move through with 80-117 mph Winds Toppling large transmission power lines and Shattering skyscrapers Windows

📌#Houston | #Texas

Currently nearly 935,000 customers in Houston Texas are without power with the… pic.twitter.com/LiSbmRhiib

— R A W S A L E R T S (@rawsalerts) May 17, 2024

Tornado warning & power outages ‼️ #houston #weather pic.twitter.com/8jX2vqq5Y5

— Joanna (@joannaaa_____) May 17, 2024

Video from @lieggiji of glass covering downtown Houston from blown out windows after our powerful storm. #abc13 #Houston pic.twitter.com/hEOauXG1H4

— Pooja Lodhia (@PoojaOnTV) May 17, 2024

I swear I was in a tornado . Houston wtf was that bro.? #houston pic.twitter.com/ILAgT5mWuE

— MattHtx (@Matt_TPJ) May 17, 2024

This was the window-busting, tree-toppling storm that blasted Houston.
📍 Mamajuana Cafe, downtown
🎥 Claudia Prats Sanchez pic.twitter.com/d3FytWIewH

— Adam Krueger 💯 (@AdamKrueger) May 17, 2024

In2ThinAir questioned the aftermath of the storm on X asking followers, “Can ANYONE tell me the last time something like THIS happened? A storm like this? Or a Hurricane? Seriously when was the last time we had broken windows over 30 STORIES UP!”

🧐Can ANYONE tell me the last time something like THIS happened?
A storm like this? Or a Hurricane?
Seriously when was the last time we had broken windows over 30 STORIES UP!#Houston #texas pic.twitter.com/dNRbYnE6nY

— In2ThinAir (@In2ThinAir) May 17, 2024

Follow the author on X @kelenmcbreen.

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