Goliad Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 10:38 PM CST on March 05, 2015

... Freeze warning in effect for the northern sections of south
Texas early Friday morning...

... Near freezing temperatures expected early Friday morning over
the remainder of south Texas...

Cold temperatures are expected over south Texas tonight through
early Friday morning due to an Arctic air mass. A freeze warning
is in effect for the northern counties of LaSalle... McMullen...
Live Oak... Bee... Goliad... and Victoria.

For the remainder of south Texas... minimum temperatures over the
inland areas are expected to range generally from 33 to 36 degrees
with a few locations experiencing freezing conditions for less
than 2 hours early Friday morning. Minimum readings from the mid
to upper 30s are expected along the immediate coast.

Residents in south Texas should take action to protect temperature-
sensitive plants and animals. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio...
commercial radio or other media outlets for the latest weather


Public Information Statement
Statement as of 4:18 am CST on March 6, 2015

... Public information statement...

The National Weather Service (nws) Corpus Christi TX has declared
March 1st through 7th as severe weather preparedness week. Each day
during the preparedness week will feature information about a
different severe weather related topic.

Lightning and flood threats

While much of the focus during severe weather is on tornadoes,
wind and hail... there are actually more deaths caused each year by
flooding and lightning... which are also commonly associated with
severe weather. If you hear thunder or see lightning... head inside
immediately! When thunder roars go indoors! Heavy rainfall from
thunderstorms can quickly cause rivers to overrun their banks and
cause street flooding in urban settings. Remember... if you
encounter a flooded roadway... do not drive or walk into it. Turn
around don't drown!

Visit weather.Gov/lightningsafety and weather.Gov/floodsafety for
more safety tips and information.

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