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Last Map Update: Thu, Jul. 27, 2017 at 1:58:19 am CDT

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Dangerous heat looks to continue to increase across the ArkLaMiss Delta & into central Mississippi Thursday & Friday. Heat index values will range from around 105 to 109 degrees with warmest values expected along and west of the I-55 corridor. Heat stress and heat related illnesses will be possible. Stay hydrated and take breaks!
A cold front will move through the area late Friday afternoon through Saturday. A few isolated severe storms with damaging wind and small hail will be possible in the north. Locally heavy rainfall could also lead to flash flooding area wide.
A few isolated storms are possible across eastern Mississippi early evening before diminishing. Otherwise, expect a muggy night with above normal lows in the low-mid 70s.
Heat will increase across the region as high pressure builds in & suppresses most any storm development, other than across east- southeast Mississippi. Heat stress will increase as highs approach the mid-upper 90s, especially in the ArkLaMiss Delta, with heat indices approaching the 106-109 degree range. Heat stress & illnesses will be possible.

 

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