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Last Map Update: Sat, Apr. 29, 2017 at 10:16:21 pm CDT

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Severe weather will be possible across the forecast area on Sunday as a cold front brings a line of severe thunderstorms through the region. The timing looks to be mainly before daybreak mainly along and west of the Mississippi River, morning to early afternoon around the I-55 corridor and afternoon to early evening in east Mississippi. Damaging wind gusts, hail, and a few tornadoes will be possible with these storms.
Widespread torrential rainfall, due to high-record amount of moisture throughout the atmosphere, and flooding are likely to occur Sunday with the line of storms moving through the region. Widespread rainfall of two to three inches and localized amounts of four to six inches could lead to flash flooding of roads and low-lying areas and lead to rapid rises in local rivers into minor to potentially moderate flood categories.


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