Sunny skies and hot temperatures are forecast for Wednesday.
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.
CORPUS CHRISTI, (AP) — From the Rio Grande Valley to San Antonio to her current home in Cuero, Jeanette Smith has witnessed hurricanes over the decades but thinks 2020 has something big in store.
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.
There is a potential for heavy rainfall late Saturday night through Sunday night as scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms develop across the gulf waters and move inland across South Texas.
Thunderstorms are possible in the Crossroads starting Saturday night and through Memorial Day weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are expected to start sweeping through the region Friday night as an upper-level disturbance moves out of Mexico.
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