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Winter Storm Shifting From the Central U.S. to the Northeast; Severe Thunderstorms in the South

A winter storm will track to the Lower Mississippi River Valley by Monday and across the central Appalachians Monday night to southern New England by Tuesday. A swath of snow, sleet and freezing rain will spread from the Central Plains east into southern New England by Monday and Tuesday. Severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and tornadoes are possible over the northern Gulf Coast on Monday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Dec. 15, 2019 at 1:57:25 pm CST

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National Weather Service Mobile/Pensacola

A cold front will move through the forecast area Monday. There is a slight to enhanced risk for the forecast area Monday. All modes of severe weather will be possible as damaging winds, hail, and tornadoes will be the main threats. Stay weather aware on Monday.
Expect fog this morning. Fog should dissipate later this morning. Expect partly cloudy and warm conditions as temperatures climb into the mid 70s.
Expect partly cloudy conditions with a few isolated passing showers overnight. Overnight lows will be in the 60s.
Expect increasing clouds throughout the day. Expect afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Some of these storms could be severe. An enhanced risk of severe weather is in effect for portions of the forecast area especially along and north of the I-10/12 corridor. Stay weather aware.
Climate Data for December 15...Here are the 30 Year Climate Normals (1981-2010), Record High, Record Low, and Record Precip for following locations: N.O. Intl Airport (since 1946) ....64/47...83(1971)...25(1985)...5.71"(2009).... Baton Rouge (since 1892) ....64/43...81(2007)...21(1901)...2.02"(1961).... Biloxi (since 1893) ....62/45...76(1948)...21(1901)...2.72"(2009).... McComb (since 1948) ....61/40...80(1948)...18(1985)...1.94"(1961).... New Orleans (since 1871) ....65/48...81(1971)...26(1901)...4.42"(2009).... Slidell (since 1956) ....63/43...78(1971)...25(1985)...2.11"(2009).... On this day in 1982...A magnitude F1 tornado touched down in Plaquemines Parish. There were no deaths or injuries but it did cause $25,000 in damage.

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