City Advises Public to Use Caution While at Gulf Beaches in Anticipation of Unfavorable Conditions
Hurricane Delta Surge Poses Potential Threat to Safety
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The National Weather Service advises impacts from Hurricane Delta in Corpus Christi are expected to be high risk of rip currents and minor to moderate coastal flooding. A coastal flood watch is in effect for Corpus Christi, Mustang and Padre Island this Thursday evening through Friday morning.
The City advises the public to use caution while at Gulf Beaches due to anticipated unfavorable conditions caused by Hurricane Delta as it approaches the Louisiana coast.
The public is encouraged to use caution and avoid driving on the beach where there is water in the driving lanes or at the base of the dunes. The public should be aware that extremely high tides can deposit large natural debris that can impact beach driving conditions.
Red Flag Rip Current Warning conditions will remain present through the remainder of the week and possibly into the weekend.
The public is urged to take precautions and follow local advisories for any updates.