The tropical disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico is still struggling to get its act together. Regardless of what happens to it, heavy rain and
The National Hurricane Center still gives a “high” probability that a tropical depression or storm forms in the Gulf by Thursday night. Regardless, heavy rain
An area of showers and storms over the southern Gulf of Mexico is now likely to develop into a tropical depression or storm as it
We’re not only monitoring the heavy rain threat that exists again on Tuesday, but we are also now turning our attention to possible tropical development
Scattered afternoon rainfall has become the norm across the Coastal Bend lately, but overnight Sunday into Monday is likely to bring more than just scattered
The current weather pattern over Texas is shaping up to be very conducive for scattered showers and storms for the next two days—potentially even lasting
The weather pattern setting up for South Texas will at least keep rain chances in the forecast every day for the next week. Meanwhile, on
There are multiple local, state and federal agencies involved in preparing people for emergencies and offering educational resources.
Learn more on what goes into categorizing hurricanes, how often major storms hit Texas, and just what kind of damage you can expect.
Know where the storm is going and how to get out of its path with satellite images, tracking charts and evacuation maps.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, revised its flood zone map after Hurricane Ike hit the Texas coast in 2008. The storm surge reached areas of Galveston that took experts and residents by surprise.
Avoid being caught off guard when a storm enters the Gulf of Mexico by having an emergency plan in place and supplies on hand.
Our Hurricane Safety Guide will get you prepared for what you need to know before the season starts, before a storm makes landfall, during a a storm and afterwards.
The Coastal Bend has been very fortunate over the last several years in not having to deal with a catastrophic tropical storm or hurricane. Some of the historic storms that have made landfall in the Corpus Christi area include Hurricane Beulah in 1967, Hurricane Celia in 1970, Tropical Storm Amelia in 1978, and Hurricane Bret in 1999.