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Official Twitter account of the Texas Division of Emergency Management. All-hazard emergency preparedness and disaster information for Texas.
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NWS Corpus Christi Mar 19
A Coastal Flood Advisory is in effect from this afternoon through early Wednesday morning. Minor coastal flood is expected along Gulf facing beaches from Port Aransas and southward. Beach driving in some locations may not be possible at the time of high tide.
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Corpus Christi OEM Mar 19
Minor coastal flooding is expected at the time of high tide through early Wednesday A Coastal Flood Advisory is in effect through 400 am CDT Wednesday morning.
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TX Fire Marshal Mar 19
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Texas Alerts Mar 19
SILVER ALERT DISCONTINUED for Jan Sikora from Arlington, TX, on 03/19/2019, Tx plate GPK3760
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Texas Alerts Mar 17
DISCONTINUED SILVER ALERT for Ricardo Delgado from San Antonio, TX, on 03/17/19
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NWS Brownsville Mar 15
Coastal flooding is occurring at and is peaking right now at high tide (2:12pm). Conditions are dangerous on the north side of SPI, with several beaches inaccessible. Pictured is Beach Access 4 today (Mar. 15) .
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Texas Alerts Mar 14
DISCONTINUED SILVER ALERT for Daniel Vega-Gonzalez from El Paso, TX, on 3/14/19, Texas Paper Tag 04552K1
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Texas Alerts Mar 14
ACTIVE SILVER ALERT for Daniel Vega-Gonzalez from El Paso, TX, on 3/14/19, Texas Paper Tag 04552K1
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NWS Brownsville Mar 13
Hazardous marine conditions continue into this evening due to breezy to strong SSE winds. Small Craft Advisories remain in effect at this time. It is highly recommended that mariners without the proper experience should avoid navigating in these conditions.
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Texas DPS Mar 13
While storms are dissipating, some areas of the state are still experiencing high winds and rainfall. Residents in flood-prone areas should continue to exercise caution. Visit for local watches/warnings.
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NWS Corpus Christi Mar 13
With breezy southeasterly flow & higher seas across the Middle Texas Coastal Waters, a Small Craft Advisory remains in effect through the afternoon. Winds & sea are expected to weaken/subside through the day.
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TDEM Mar 12
Texans: Please be safe and be sure to closely monitor severe weather conditions, including the potential for flooding, strong winds and possible tornadoes throughout today and tomorrow.
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NWS Lubbock Mar 12
The High Wind Watch for tomorrow has been upgraded to a High Wind Warning. Wind gusts near to over 70 mph will be possible.
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Harris County OHSEM Mar 12
Spring Break Safety | Trips to the beach are not always fun in the sun. From strong rip currents to dangerous marine life, discover the Nine Dangers at the beach at .
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NWSWGRFC Mar 12
Heavy rain returns to Texas late Tuesday into Wednesday and is expected to cause minor river flooding at a few locations across North and Northeast Texas
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TX Fire Marshal Mar 12
People 6⃣5⃣➕ are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires as other adults.
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NWS Midland Mar 12
An Enhanced Risk is placed over a large chunk of the area with severe concerns beginning this afternoon and continuing through the evening. Isolated large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes possible will be the main threats.
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NWS Corpus Christi Mar 12
The dense fog advisory has been expanded west to include Live Oak County. The advisory is in place until 10am.
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NWS Austin/San Antonio Mar 12
⛈⛈Strong to Severe Storms are forecast to move across South Central Texas late tonight through tomorrow AM. Various threats are in play. ⚡️⚡️The graphic outlines what the radar may look like, storm timing, and the possible hazards from the storms!
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NWS Midland Mar 12
Dense Fog is the wide spread across much of the Permian Basin this morning with visibility 1/4 mile or less for many. Patchy dense fog is also showing up in other parts of our area including SE NM and parts of Culberson County. Please exercise caution while driving this morning!
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