Up in Tomball, KSEV 700 has been running with reduced power during the day. At last report they were running with the nighttime level of 1,000 watts since their generator wasn't powerful enough.
And interestingly, I've noticed that KGOW has been been running with higher power overnight, at least when I checked a couple of nights ago. It seemed to be considerably more than their authorized 100 watts. Granted, after midnight a station can do program tests with facilities at variance from what's on their license but what I heard had promos, commercials and all. It was regular programming.
I heard 1560 quite clearly on the Gulf Freeway a few nights ago, and was definitely surprised.
A station I have not been hearing as clearly since the storm is 790 ... did they lose a tower? That strong lobe they put toward my area (League City/Friendswood) hasn't been nearly as strong; I was at Kroger at 45 and 518 a few nights ago and there was considerable Spanish-language interference in the background.
610 is still blasting toward the Gulf as usual. They put a heck of a lobe in my direction, at the expense of very poor reception up north.