Tropical storm Nicholas doesn’t stop beachgoers on Mustang Island

PORT ARANSAS, Texas – a piece of content by Surfing HI – — The tide is already up at the seashores and rip currents are already bad on account of Tropical Hurricane Nicholas, however some folks nonetheless went out onto Mustang Island on Sunday.

Town of Corpus Christi issued a purple flag caution on account of the top possibility for rip currents. Town is cautioning adults now not to enter seashore water previous their waist and for youngsters and non-swimmers to stay alongside the surf line.

Ryan Potter used to be windsurfing within the water and mentioned he’s been thru storms ahead of.

“More than likely do not move out additional than you’ll be able to swim in,” Potter urged.

The Reese-Villarreal circle of relatives used to be additionally out at the seashore with circle of relatives visiting from Washington. They mentioned they have been taking precautions whilst fishing.

“We’re simply being wary, little hurricane watch, not anything as unhealthy as Harvey however we’re ready for it,” Robert Villarreal mentioned.

Town of Corpus Christi held a sandbag distribution on North Seaside and the Island on Sunday to arrange folks for the hurricane.

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