Houston and coastal Texas are currently dealing with the effects of Tropical Storm Imelda two years after Hurricane Harvey struck in 2017. While the damage of Imelda is not expected to be near the levels of Harvey, Astros pitcher Lance McCullers Jr. has documented some of the flooding and it's pretty darn bad at the moment.
McCullers is urging people to stay inside, which they should've been already considering Governor Greg Abbott issued a state of disaster for Harris County (among others).
There have been no reported fatalities up until this point thankfully.
The 25-year-old has also retweeted live news coverage of the storm and hotline phone numbers that his followers and anyone in danger can call if they need help.
The Astros are off on Thursday, but are scheduled to host a three-game series against the Angels starting on Friday.
There's no word yet on the status of the series, but Astros fans should be waiting for an update and stay safe in the meantime.