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Last Map Update: Fri, Mar. 24, 2017 at 3:12:24 am CDT

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There will be a threat of severe weather for southeast Louisiana and southern Mississippi late Friday night through the daytime hours on Saturday. A line of thunderstorms is expected to develop over Texas on Friday and move eastward into the area near the Atchafalaya River late Friday night, continuing to move eastward during the day Saturday.
A line of strong to severe storms is expected to move into the Atchafalaya Basin and extreme Southwest Mississippi in the late evening hours, then progress east into the Baton Rouge and New Orleans metro areas overnight into early Saturday morning. The far eastern portions of Louisiana and coastal Mississippi should see these storms move in Saturday morning. The severe weather threat should diminish by late morning.
Clouds will be on the increase tonight in advance of an approaching storm system. Tomorrow should be mostly cloudy with isolated showers and storms. Rain chances increase Friday night and Saturday as a front moves through. Severe storms could affect the area during this timeframe. Temperatures will remain mild with highs in the 70s and lows in the 60s.
Climate data for March 24.
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