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Last Map Update: Sun, Jul. 23, 2017 at 9:53:19 am CDT

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Increased heat stress is likely this afternoon as heat indices rise to around 105 across portions of northeast Louisiana, southeast Arkansas, and northern portions of central Mississippi. Highest heat indices, up to 107, are expected in the ArkLaMiss Delta.
Dangerous heat may return to at least the northwest half of the region mid to late portions of the coming work week.
Partly cloudy skies are expected with scattered to numerous afternoon showers and thunderstorms. High Temperatures will be mainly in the lower 90s, but heat indices will still likely peak near or above 105 degrees again during this midday through early afternoon hours (especially in the Arklamiss Delta).
Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue tonight, but mainly before midnight. Low temperatures will be in the muggy low to mid 70s.
Scattered to numerous afternoon showers and thunderstorms are expected on Monday with high temperatures ranging from 89 to 93 degrees. Despite the increase rain chances, expect heat index values to still peak near or a little above 100 degrees in the midday through early afternoon hours in portions of the region.


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