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Ian Producing Heavy Rain, Flash Flooding, and High Winds in the Carolinas into the Mid-Atlantic

Ian is expected to move farther inland across central North Carolina. Tropical-storm-force winds are expected along the coasts of South Carolina and Southeastern North Carolina through early Saturday. Heavy rain and potential flash flooding are possible in parts of the North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia through the morning. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Oct. 1, 2022 at 12:54:14 am CDT

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Clear skies tonight with lows in the mid to upper 40s.
Sunny on Saturday with highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s.

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Location Time
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Memphis TN23:54Clear10614657NNE 7-30.01
Jackson TN23:53Clear10494586CALM-30.02
Jonesboro AR23:53Clear10614045NNE 8-30.04
Tupelo MS23:53Clear10574461N 6-29.97
West Memphis, AR23:53Clear9544469NNW 5-30.01
Blytheville, AR23:53Clear10474283N 544 [WC]30.03
Dyersburg, TN23:56Clear10564771NNE 7-30.04
Covington, TN00:30Clear10484693NNW 5-30.01
Union City, TN00:35Clear10534881CALM-30.01
Paris, TN00:35Clear10514681NNE 5-30.01
Olive Branch, MS00:35Clear10594662NNE 6-29.99
Oxford, MS00:35Clear10514887CALM-30.01