The US National Weather Service (NWS) in Corpus Christi has issued a weather alert, warning residents of possible funnel clouds as storms move through the area.

The alert was posted today at 11:15 AM following a report from Highway Patrol Trooper V. Gonzales, who captured a picture of a funnel cloud in Calhoun County.

Weather Safety Tips

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To ensure your safety during severe weather, follow these guidelines:

  • Stay Informed: Keep an eye on local weather updates through reliable sources such as the NWS, local news, or weather apps. Alerts can change rapidly, so staying informed is crucial.
  • Have an Emergency Kit: Ensure you have an emergency kit ready, including essentials like water, non-perishable food, a flashlight, batteries, a first-aid kit, and any necessary medications.
  • Follow Instructions: Adhere to instructions and warnings from local authorities and weather services. Evacuate if advised to do so.

For continuous updates, visit the NWS Corpus Christi website or follow their social media channels.

The caption paired with a photo of a funnel cloud reads:

"Heads up - Funnel clouds will be possible for the next hour or so as these storms move through the area. This picture of a funnel cloud in Calhoun County was sent over to us by Highway Patrol Trooper V. Gonzales #stxwx#txwx"

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