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Last Map Update: Mon, Jul. 24, 2017 at 4:33:18 pm CDT

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The training of showers and storms over the same areas, while producing very heavy rainfall, could lead to flash flooding.
Dangerous heat looks to return to at least the western half of the region around mid to late portions, Wednesday through Friday, of the week. Heat indices will get near to above 105 degrees, especially along and west of the I-55 corridor. Heat stress and heat related illnesses will be possible. Stay hydrated and take breaks!
Isolated to numerous showers & thunderstorms are expected to continue this afternoon, especially across South Central & Southeast Mississippi where heavy rain could lead to localized flash flooding.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible through the night, but lessening after midnight. Low temperatures will be around the mid 70s.
Rain & storm chances will gradually shift to the east on Tuesday. Temperatures will range from the upper 80s in the east to low-mid 90s in the west.

 

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