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Last Map Update: Tue, Jul. 25, 2017 at 3:56:20 pm CDT

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Flash flooding remains possible for the remainder of the afternoon across South Central and Southeast Mississippi, due to scattered to numerous showers and storms producing locally torrential rainfall over already saturated soils.
Dangerous heat looks to increase across the central & western portions of the region around late week, Thursday - Friday. This dangerous heat will be confined mainly along & west of the I-55 and Natchez Trace corridor. Heat indices will get near to above 105 degrees in the area. Heat stress and heat related illnesses will be possible. Stay hydrated and take breaks!
Scattered to numerous showers & thunderstorms are expected to continue today, especially across South Central & Southeast Mississippi where heavy rain could lead to localized flash flooding.
Isolated shower & thunderstorm activity will continue in most areas this evening, but most of the precipitation should diminish before midnight. Otherwise, conditions will continue to be warm and muggy with decreasing clouds to the northwest.
Rain & storm chances will decrease and gradually shift to the southeast on Wednesday while heat and humidity ramps upwards. High temperatures will generally be in the low-mid 90s, although some mid-upper 90s are not out of the question in portions of the Arklamiss Delta.

 

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