2013 Hurricane Season. Nueces County Office of Emergency Management. Overview. Storm History and Season Outlook Evacuation Authority & Decision Considerations Evacuation Orders, Zones & Routes Reentry Personal Preparedness Stay informed!. Texas Storm History. Major Hurricanes. Ike.
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Nueces County Office of Emergency Management
Total of 22 Hurricanes dating back to 1851
One every 8-9 years
5 Major Hurricanes in last 41 years
One every 7.5 years
2/3rd of Activity Occurs During this Time!
1/3rd of Activity Occurs During this Time
2nd Hurricane Typically forms around August 21st
NOAA’s seasonal hurricane outlook is NOT a hurricane landfall forecast; it does not predict how many storms will hit land or where a storm will strike
Nueces CountyHurricane Reentry Plan
** Letters will only be issued on a standardized letterhead that has been mutually agreed upon **
All personnel working in the impact area shall carry proper credentials and identification on their person at all times.
Proper identification for resident access should include one or more of the following:
Benefits of Being Prepared
Emergency Management Coordinator
Nueces County Judge Loyd Neal
901 Leopard St. #303
Corpus Christi, TX 78401