NWS Corpus Christi

NWS Corpus Christi


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Isolated showers/thunderstorms will be possible today across area beaches. There is a LOW risk of rip currents, but low risk does not mean no risk. Please use caution if heading into the water, especially near piers and jetties. #stxwx  #txwx 

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Partly cloudy skies are expected for tonight. Breezy southeast winds in the evening will decrease and become light during the overnight hours. Lows will range from the mid 70s inland to around 80 along the coast. #stxwx  #txwx 

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Warm and dry conditions are expected over the next five days, with temperatures gradually warming into the weekend. Afternoon heat index values will range from 105-109 degrees each day. #stxwx  #txwx 

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Partly cloudy tonight with patchy fog developing late inland. Southeast winds at 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 30 mph this evening, gradually decreasing to 5 to 15 mph overnight. Lows in the mid to upper 70s inland, lower 80s along the coast. #txwx  #stxwx 

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Today will be hot across area beaches with a low risk of rip currents. Remember, low risk doesn't mean no risk, especially near piers and jetties. Please use caution if entering the waters. With a very high UV index, don't forget to frequently reapply sunscreen. #stxwx  #txwx 

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Hot and dry conditions will continue through the weekend before rain chances return next week. As moisture increases across the area, showers and thunderstorms will be possible Monday through Wednesday, with Tuesday having the highest chances for some rain. #stxwx  #txwx 

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Today will be sunny with highs in the middle & upper 90s to low 100s. Lows tonight will be in the lower 70s inland to the mid to upper 70s coast and along the Rio Grande. Patchy fog may occur early tomorrow morning over the inland Coastal Plains to the Victoria Crossroads. #stxwx 

Another hot and dry day is expected again today with maximum heat index values around 105°. Please remember to remain hydrated and take frequent breaks if outdoors. Tonight, temperatures will remain mild with a few clouds around. #stxwx  #txwx 

Today will be hot across area beaches with a low risk of rip currents. Remember, low risk doesn't mean no risk, especially near piers and jetties. Please use caution if entering the waters. With an extreme UV index, don't forget to frequently reapply sunscreen. #stxwx  #txwx 

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TROPICS UPDATE: An area of low pressure has a LOW (20%) chance to develop over the next 5 days in the northern Gulf of Mexico. There remains uncertainty on impacts, if any, to South Texas especially since the low has yet to form. Stay updated! #stxwx  #txwx 

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Two meteorologists with performed a weather balloon launch to get critical weather data into Category 4 #HurricaneHarvey  #txwx 

Weather station ANPT2 in #PortAransas  just measured a wind gust of 116 mph #HurricaneHarvey  #txwx 

***HURRICANE & STORM SURGE WARNINGS NOW IN EFFECT*** Tropical Storm#Hanna  continues to strengthen as it moves towards the Middle Texas coast. Heavy rainfall, strong winds and coastal flooding are all possible.

At 8:30pm 125 mph wind gust measured at Aransas Pass Tower (TCOON). #txwx  #stxwx  #Harvey 

#Harvey is forecast to meander over the region, with life-threatening, catastrophic flooding expected through Tuesday. #txwx  #ccwx  #stxwx 

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