Ports and waterways along the southwestern stretch of Texas’ coastline continue to be affected by the aftermath of Tropical Storm Hanna, which swept ashore Saturday with drenching rains and moderate 30-knot winds.
Corpus Christi was spared from harm due to a late turn in the storm’s course, and after an inspection it reopened to traffic. The ports of Brownsville and Corpus Christi are both open to navigation as of Monday, according to the Coast Guard’s Homeport operating status system. However, the agency is advising shipping to proceed carefully. Read on.