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Last Map Update: Thu, Mar. 30, 2017 at 5:42:24 am CDT

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Storms should moving into the far western poritons of the forecast area around 10 PM tonight and gradually move eastward through the overnight hours reaching the Baton Rouge, McComb, Hammond areas after 1 AM. Storms should reach the Slidell and New Orleans metro areas by 7 AM. Storms should reach the Mississippi Gulf Coast Counties after 7 AM Thursday morning.
There will be a Slight Risk of severe weather for all of southeast Louisiana and southern Mississippi Thursday. Keep up to date on the latest forecasts, watches and warnings through Thursday.
A slow moving band of showers and thunderstorms across southwest Mississippi and east-central Louisiana will slowly dissipate by later this morning. Scattered showers and thunderstorms may re- develop during the daytime heating. Drier air will filter into the region this evening with mostly sunny skies and milder temperatures expected through Saturday.
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