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Strong Thunderstorms and Heavy Rain Possible

A frontal boundary stretching from New Mexico across Texas and into the Gulf Coast will be the focus for strong to severe thunderstorms. Heavy rain, with local flooding is also possible in these areas. A low pressure area near the Carolina coast may also bring heavy rain and local flooding. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Jun. 24, 2017 at 10:34:24 pm CDT

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National Weather Service Mobile/Pensacola

A nearly stationary frontal boundary over the region will allow for more thunderstorms to develop during daytime heating Sunday. The front is expected to drift closer to the coastal plains by Monday to place the greater rain chances across the immediate Louisiana coastal marshes. This front will then start moving north as a warm front heading into Tuesday. Warm and humid conditions will linger.
Climate data for June 24th.


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