Area 3 Weather - South Texas, Corpus Christi, Coastal Bend

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Due to the proximity of the Gulf of Mexico, humidity is high throughout the year in the South Texas Coastal Bend.  But our climate varies between a humid subtropical region to the northeast and the semi-arid region to the west and southwest. Here are some interesting weather facts about the South Texas Coastal Bend ...

  • Normal rainfall is just over 32 inches a year.
  • Peak rainfall months are May and September.
  • Temperatures range from highs in the low 90s during summer and the mid and upper 60s in winter.
  • Lows range from the mid 70s during the summer to the mid and upper 40s in winter.
  • Temperatures below freezing seldom occur along the immediate coast, but normally occur several times a year in the west of the city and further inland.
  • Snow and other forms of frozen precipitation are rare, with trace amounts every 2 years on average.


More information about South Texas weather is available on-line from the National Weather Service, including forecasts for the following localities ...

FORECAST: Beeville, TX



FORECAST: Kingsville, TX

FORECAST: Rockport, TX

National Weather Service, Corpus Christi, TX

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