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Corpus Christi, Texas
Wind Impact
Wind Tornadoes Inland Flooding Coastal Flooding
Impacts by County from wind for the NWS Corpus Christi, Texas warning area
 
None
 
Low
 
Moderate
 
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Extreme
Alabama
Mobile

Florida
Jacksonville
Key West
Melbourne
Miami
Pensacola
Tallahassee
Tampa Bay

Louisiana
Lake Charles

Maryland
Baltimore/Washington

New Jersey
Mount Holly

New York
New York City/Upton

North Carolina
Newport/Morehead City
Wilmington

Pennsylvania
Philadelphia

South Carolina
Charleston

Texas
Brownsville
Corpus Christi

Virginia
Wakefield

Washington, DC
Baltimore/Washington


Wind Impacts Definitions
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Low Prepare for the likelihood of wind damage, primarily to shrubbery, trees, loose objects, awnings and outdoor signs. A few older and weaker trees blown down. Isolated power outages possible.
Moderate Prepare for the likelihood of moderate damage with large branches and trees blown down. Some structural damage to buildings. Significant damage to Weak mobile homes. Significant power outages likely. Wind-blown debris will block some roadways.
High Prepare for the likelihood of many trees and power lines down or damaged. Widespread power outages for an extended duration. Major damage to well constructed buildings is possible. Destruction of some poorly constructed buildings is likely Wind-blown debris will make many roadways impassable.
Extreme Prepare for the likelihood of most to all trees and power lines down or damaged. Expect extreme to possibly complete destruction of poorly-constructed buildings and the likelihood of major damage to well-constructed buildings, to include roofs blown off. Most roads impassable due to wind blown debris.
Wind
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Tornadoes
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Inland Flooding
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Coastal Flooding
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