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Western Heat Wave Continues; Severe Weather in the Midwest; Tropical Disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico

The persistent and extreme heat wave being felt across the western U.S. is set to continue and even expand into the Central U.S. Severe weather and flash flooding are possible over the Midwest. A tropical depression will likely form over the western Gulf of Mexico in the next two days. Heavy rain could begin to impact portions of the northern Gulf Coast Friday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Jun. 16, 2021 at 8:31:35 pm CDT

National Weather Service Springfield, MONational Weather Service Paducah, KYNational Weather Service Nashville, TN
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National Weather Service Huntsville, AL
National Weather Service Shreveport, LANational Weather Service Jackson, MississippiNational Weather Service NWS Birmingham, Alabama


Increased chances for showers and thunderstorms will occur by the latter part of the weekend into early next week. Locally heavy rainfall will be possible with any thunderstorms that develop.

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Latest observation from NWS Memphis
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 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Memphis TN19:54Mostly Cloudy10826148SSW 9-30.01
Jackson TN19:53Mostly Clear10776668S 3-30.02
Jonesboro AR19:53Clear10866244SW 7-29.99
Tupelo MS19:53Clear10845942E 3-30.02
West Memphis, AR19:53Partly Cloudy10835944SW 6-29.99
Blytheville, AR19:53Clear10875938S 7-29.98
Dyersburg, TN19:5610816558CALM-30.00
Covington, TN20:1510826048S 6-29.99
Millington, TN19:50Mostly Clear10826251CALM-29.99
Union City, TN20:15Partly Cloudy10806457SE 3-29.98
Paris, TN20:15Clear10776669SE 5-30.01
Olive Branch, MS19:50Partly Cloudy10806457S 7-30.01
Oxford, MS20:15Clear10756673CALM-30.04
Tunica, MS20:15Clear10786257SSE 5-30.01