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Severe Weather Briefing for Tonight and Thursday

Two rounds of severe weather are possible over the next 36 hours. The first round is expected tonight, mainly after midnight. The second round of storms is anticipated Thursday afternoon and evening. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Mar. 29, 2017 at 2:06:29 pm CDT

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Severe thunderstorms are expected to move into Eastern Arkansas between 10 PM and midnight. Damaging winds, large hail, and a few tornadoes will be possible with the storms. The storms will begin diminishing in intensity as they move east of the Mississippi River during the early morning hours. The best chances for severe weather will occur west of a Jackson, Tennessee to Oxford, Mississippi line.
Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop across Eastern Arkansas between 10 AM and noon on Thursday. The storms will intensify in intensity as they push east of the Mississippi River during the afternoon hours. Damaging winds, large hail, and tornadoes(a few of which could be strong) will be possible across the entire Mid-South. The threat for severe weather will end between 8-10 PM CDT Thursday Night as the storms push east of the Mid-South.
Severe thunderstorms are expected to move into Eastern Arkansas between 10 PM and midnight. Damaging winds, large hail, and a few tornadoes will be possible with the storms. The storms will begin diminishing in intensity as they move east of the Mississippi River during the early morning hours. The best chances for severe weather will occur west of a Jackson, Tennessee to Oxford, Mississippi line. A second round of severe thunderstorms are expected to develop across Eastern Arkansas between 10 AM and noon on Thursday. The storms will intensify in intensity as they push east of the Mississippi River during the afternoon hours. Damaging winds, large hail, and tornadoes(a few of which could be strong) will be possible across the entire Mid-South. The threat for severe weather will end between 8-10 PM CDT Thursday Night as the storms push east of the Mid-South.

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 Latest observation from the NWS office at  the Agricenter in east Memphis
Time
Temp
Dewpt
RH
Press
1:32 PM
81
61
50%
29.87