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Hurricane Hanna, which was updated to a Category 1 from a tropical storm, made two landfalls Saturday on Padre Island and in eastern Kenedy County, Texas, north of Port Mansfield.
Hurricane Hanna makes first landfall as powerful Category 1 storm
Hurricane Hanna made landfall at 5 p.m. Saturday on Padre Island. The storm was moving west at 8 mph and producing up to 90 mph sustained winds.
The storm made a second landfall 15 miles north-northwest of Port Mansfield, Texas, with maximum sustained wind of 90 mph.
LIVE UPDATES: Hurricane Hanna makes landfall as Category 1 storm
Corpus Christi began to see heavy rainfall Thursday morning which is expected to continue through Monday, creating a chance of flash flooding in the area, and a moderate chance of river flooding.
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Where is Hurricane Hanna now?
The center of Hanna will continue to move inland over south Texas and northern Mexico into Sunday.
The map below tracks Hurricane Hanna in real time. Here’s where it is right now.
Hurricane Hanna: See live beach webcams from Corpus Christi beaches
Hurricane Hanna: See the storm track on this map as it heads toward Texas landfall
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