Partly sunny skies and warm weather are predicted Tuesday.
One week after the windy, wet weekend leading up to Tropical Storm Beta, the tides have changed and the Victoria area is expected to get a beautiful weekend to start the fall season.
Tropical Storm Beta has moved on from the Crossroads and is now nearing Louisiana, but a coastal flood advisory remains in effect through 7 a.m. Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
The impact that Tropical Storm Beta had on the Victoria area was clear to many residents upon waking up Tuesday.
Tropical Storm Beta was downgraded to a tropical depression Tuesday morning as it continued slowly moving along the Texas coast.
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Counties throughout the Crossroads were bracing for increased levels of rainfall and possible flooding Monday before Tropical Storm Beta was expected to make landfall.
Many Crossroads cancellations and closures have been announced for Tuesday because of Tropical Storm Beta. To add your organization’s changes to the list, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amy Castellano was focused as she walked through H-E-B Plus! late Monday morning, filling her cart with canned food, bottles of water and other nonperishable groceries.
School closures and county-wide orders were issued Sunday for parts of the Crossroads as Tropical Storm Beta approaches the coast.
The sun was shining Saturday, but local officials warned that heavy rains and flash flooding are just around the corner as Tropical Storm Beta approaches land.
Tropical Storm Beta formed in the Gulf of Mexico Friday afternoon and is expected to strengthen into a hurricane as it approaches the Texas coast Sunday night, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
A disturbed weather system in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico strengthened Thursday, forming into tropical cyclone, according to the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service is monitoring an area of disturbed weather in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico that has a high chance of developing into a tropical cyclone.
The National Weather Service is monitoring two low-pressure systems that could bring storms to South Texas as one of the most active hurricane seasons on record continues.
Hurricane Laura is expected to strengthen into a “major hurricane” before making landfall Wednesday night or Thursday morning, according to a 7 p.m. update from the National Weather Service.
Tropical Storm Laura could strengthen to a major hurricane before making landfall Wednesday night, according to the National Weather Service.
Tropical Storm Marco is expected to make landfall Monday, almost three years to the day after Hurricane Harvey hit land in South Texas, with Tropical Storm Laura close behind.
Victoria and most of the Crossroads missed the worst of Hurricane Hanna’s force over the weekend, but that doesn’t mean fellow Texans don’t need assistance.
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As heavy rainfall accompanied Hurricane Hanna farther down the Texas coast, a flash flood watch was in effect in Calhoun, Victoria and Refugio counties until 1 a.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
A tropical depression headed straight for the Crossroads is expected to strengthen into a tropical storm by Friday morning.
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