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Last Map Update: Thu, Aug. 24, 2017 at 5:46:19 am CDT

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High moisture will move into the area by early next week from remnants of a tropical system over the northern Gulf of Mexico that will slowly move northeast. Multiple rounds of heavy rain are possible Wednesday which will bring the potential for flash flooding. This event remains several days away, so amounts & threats may change! Stay tuned for further updates.
Isolated to scattered storms are possible over the southern half of the area, especially in the Highway 84 corridor & southwestern areas. Highs will generally top out below normal in the upper 80s in the north to near normal around 90 degrees elsewhere.
Some of the showers & storms could linger overnight through around midnight or so in southern & southwest areas of northeast Louisiana & south Mississippi. Drier & cooler air will filter in with lows falling around 5 degrees below normal in the north & east Mississippi, in the low-mid 60s, with near to slightly below normal temperatures elsewhere.
More pleasant conditions are expected on Friday as even drier air filters in, helping confine any isolated storms into southern & southwest portions of the area. Highs will top out in the mid-upper 80s, a few degrees below normal.

 

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