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Threat of dangerous surf and rip currents continues for East Coast due to Jose

Tropical Storm Jose will continue to weaken as it moves northeastward then returns southwestward while remaining off the Northeast coast. Jose will produce rain with embedded thunderstorms over parts of coastal Southern New England through Friday. Swells generated by Jose will bring the risk of dangerous surf and rip current conditions for much of the U.S. east coast during the next several days. Read More >

Experimental Lower Mississippi 28-day Forecast Plots
 

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Important Disclaimer

The following plots are experimental and not an official forecast product. They were created as a test based upon user feedback as a way to display 28-day forecasts for locations along the Lower Mississippi and Lower Ohio Rivers. Although 28-day forecasts using 2 days of forecast rainfall (QPF) are considered operational, 28-day forecasts using 16 days of forecast rainfall remain experimental.

Experimental products may not always update in a timely manner and may be discontinued at a future date. Experimental products may not always reflect accurate, quality controlled information and should be used with caution.

Official forecasts remain available from the main LMRFC web page or AHPS (water.weather.gov).

Cape Girardeau, MO
Thebes, IL
Smithland, KY
Paducah, KY
Brookport, IL
Grand Chain, IL
Cairo, IL
New Madrid, MO
Tiptonville, TN
Caruthersville, MO
Osceola, AR
Memphis, TN
Tunica, MS
Helena, AR
Arkansas City, AR
Greenville, MS
Vicksburg, MS
Natchez, MS
Red River Landing, LA
Baton Rouge, LA
Donaldsonville, LA
Reserve, LA
New Orleans, LA
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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