Storm damage was widespread after an afternoon unexpected storm erupted. About 2 pm radar in Madisonville showed a small cell. By the time it hit Huntsville, it had gained strength with hail and damaging winds and a possible tornado. Huntsville suffered heavy damage to at least twenty homes. The roof of Chilis was damaged also the power poles along Highway 30 at I-45 split in half. It moved quickly south and affected north Montgomery County, the Lake Conroe area, April Sound, WIllis, Conroe, and Grangerland. Calvary Road was littered with power lines and trees. Almost every subdivision along Calvary suffered heavy damage. Panorama Village suffered power lines and trees in houses on Hanover. Golf Ball size hail hit at the airport. Several volunteers were cooking for a campaign fundraiser for Wesley Doolittle who is running for Sheriff of Montgomery County. When the winds hit several were attempting to hold canopy tents down and it was lifting them. It crossed Avenue M near FM 3083 where a single-story home collapsed and just blocks away a two-story home also under construction also collapsed trapping workers, two died and a half dozen were injured. It continued to the Grangerland area where trees and power lines remain down. Entergy expects it could take several days to restore power due to the widespread damage. Weather service is predicting another dose of bad weather on both Wednesday and Thursday. Entergy is warning people with generators to make sure the main breaker on the home is off as the generator can back feed to damaged power lines and electrocute workers.