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Heavy rains are expected to leave the Corpus Christi area around noon on Thursday.
According to meteorologist Penny Harness, it rained about a couple of inches from the south side of the city to the downhill on Thursday morning.
Rainfall was low in other parts of the city. It was raining about 0.5 to 1 inch on Karalen, Flower Bluff, and the island, Harness said.
The heaviest rains along the coast of Corpus Christi, Portland and Rockport. The rainfall at Rockport was about 2.5 inches.
AEP’s power outage map shows that nearly 1,000 customers are experiencing power outages near South Padre Island Drive and Ennis Joslyn Road. Power was expected to be restored around 10:30 am. No other major stops were seen in the city and surrounding areas.
Precipitation also caused local floods. Corpus Christi police said the water levels in Holly Road and the underpass on State Highway 286 were high. The driver was advised to avoid the area.
According to Harness, there may be showers throughout the day, but heavy rains are expected by noon.
The wind is 20-30 mph until Thursday and will return to the area before the weather improves.
Highest temperatures in the late to mid-1960s are expected on Saturday, and Sunday in the 1970s.
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