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Last Map Update: Sat, Jan. 21, 2017 at 7:50:25 pm CST

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A new round of thunderstorms is expected to develop this afternoon with a new threat of severe storms. The primary threat will be large hail ranging in size from quarters to hen eggs (2" diameter). Isolated brief tornadoes and severe wind gusts are also possible. Conditions should improve during the mid to late evening.
The southern portions of the outlook area should see the early onset between 2 pm and 5 pm. These storms will be moving northeast and enter into the north shore and southern Mississippi counties around 3pm. Conditions should improve in the mid-evening hours as daytime heating diminishes and storms move farther north.
More strong to severe thunderstorms are possible tonight, especially during the evening. Drier and cooler weather is forecast for the beginning of the work week.

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