Corpus Christi Texas Weather
Heavy rain is approaching the Southeast, with highs in the mid-to-mid 80s and lows in the 70-degree range in some areas.
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The Southern Careers Institute offers vocational training to students in the Corpus Christi region and the rest of the state of Texas. Numerous vocational schools, including Texas Tech University College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A & M University and Texas State University, as well as several private schools.
The Corpus Christi area, which once housed Cliff Mouse Airport, was formerly known as Del Mar International Airport, home to Texas A & M University College of Veterinary Medicine and Texas State University. DelMar now includes the west campus, which is located in the airport area, and the east campus and south campus of Texas Tech University, which were both formerly located on the southeast corner of what is now the campus at the intersection of I-35 and Interstate 35.
Texas A & M University College of Veterinary Medicine and Texas State University are also located near Corpus Christi. The US Naval Air Station Corpus Christi (NAS) is located just east of Corpus Christi, which is just east of Corpus Christie.
The bushland in the interior of Corpus Christi is also a popular hunting ground for wild boar and white-tailed deer. Also in town is the Texas Surf Museum, which focuses on the history of surfing and the development of the sport from the early 19th century to the present day, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, a nonprofit arts organization that promotes and showcases local, regional, national and contemporary art. Attractions in the Museum Quarter include a permanently managed municipal theatre, an art gallery and a museum of local and regional art and culture. Downtown, there are also a number of museums and galleries, such as the Texas Beach Museum and the Texas Surf Museum, both of which explore surfing and focus on surfing.
The city is also home to Stark College Seminary, formerly known as the South Texas School of Christian Studies, which is located just blocks from the Corpus Christi Convention Center. Collegiate athletics is also in town, with the Islanders competing in 14 men's and women's sports as members of the North Texas State University system and the University of Texas at San Antonio as members of the Southland Conference.
The Corpus Christi Caller - Times, serving Austin, Round Rock and San Marcos, brings you the latest news, weather forecasts and analysis from the Texas A & M University system and beyond. We are also the official news source for the systems of the University of Texas at San Antonio and Texas State University, bringing you the latest weather news, forecasts, analysis and breaking news - news from Austin and surrounding areas - coverage of the Longhorns and Longhorn games.
For the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates for Corpus Christi are 1.5 miles north-south, 1 mile east-west and 2 miles west-east of Interstate 35. The topography within 2 miles of CorpusChristi is essentially flat, with an average altitude of about 2,500 feet above sea level.
The average maximum temperature from December to February is expected to be 68-71 degrees Fahrenheit, with most days in the 50s and lows in the 60s. The average daily low is 70 degrees, up from 56 degrees in March, and the average low is 47 to 51 degrees. May - Spring temperatures are expected to reach the mid-70s, but average highs in May are between 60-65 degrees and average lows between 50-60 degrees, with the exception of a few days in June and July.
The clearest part of the year on Corpus Christi begins in May (March 4) and lasts 3-8 months, until June 28. According to this figure, the best time to visit Corpus Christi is from the end of April to mid-June, in terms of weather conditions.
The first spring flowers on Corpus Christi will appear at the end of April or the beginning of May, in late spring and early summer, and then again in early September or October. The average monthly rainfall is highest in September, when rainfall is highest in the Gulf of Mexico and the Texas Panhandle and Texas Gulf Coast. There will be autumn days that are dry, hot and clear, but in October and November cold fronts will start to move into the water. If you are looking for dry weather, June, April, then November is the driest month of the year, while winter and early spring are generally drier. Visitors to Corpus Christi can experience cool nights and occasionally windy days, but there will also be periods of warm, sunny days in the fall and winter months, especially in September and October, when temperature, humidity, wind speed and gusts are great.