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Last Map Update: Fri, Apr. 20, 2018 at 3:12:20 pm CDT

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Expect heavy rainfall Saturday night-Sunday along a developing low pressure and cold front. Some of this could train and produce high rates of heavy rain. Flash flooding will be possible, especially in any low lying roads or near creeks and local rivers. 1-2 inches, with locally higher amounts, will be possible. This threat will progress from the ArkLaMiss Delta Saturday night to along & east of the I-55 corridor by Sunday.
Isolated severe storms are possible Sunday ahead of a developing low pressure system. Damaging wind gusts, hail up to quarter size and a tornado or two possible. The timing will mainly be confined to mid-morning through Sunday evening. Stay tuned for further updates.
Despite some high clouds streaming east overhead, expect mostly clear skies this afternoon with high temperatures ranging from the mid 60s to around 70.
Expect clear skies in eastern areas tonight with low temperatures in the mid-upper 40s areawide. Expect some increasing clouds in the west and southwest.
Expect increasing clouds and warmth on Saturday with high temperatures closer to normal. In addition, clouds will continue to increase and some light rain chances can't be ruled out in southwest Mississippi and any areas to the west.


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