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The National Weather Service continues to forecast freezing temperatures in Corpus Christi and Nueces County that will begin tonight into Friday morning and again Friday night into Saturday morning. Preparations should be made immediately for infrastructure and vegetation to mitigate damage from the anticipated duration of freezing temperatures. Freezing temperatures with wind chills can pose an increased risk for hypothermia for anyone without adequate shelter. Rain is anticipated tonight and the possibility for freezing rain or sleet exists after 9 p.m. this evening potentially creating hazardous road conditions. Dry conditions are expected Friday afternoon through the upcoming weekend, but temperatures will remain below normal. Several weather warnings and advisories are in effect today and will continue through Friday. Please protect people, property, and pets.
Last Updated February 4, 2022
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