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Severe Weather Expected for the South on Tuesday; Winter Weather Conditions for the West, Central Plains, and Upper Mississippi River Valley

Severe weather is forecast across the middle and lower Mississippi Valley Tuesday afternoon where tornadoes and damaging winds are expected. A strong cold front will track across the Intermountain West accompanied by strong winds, heavy snow and elevated fire weather conditions for portions of the western High Plains with heavy snow likely for Upper Mississippi Valley Tuesday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Nov. 28, 2022 at 7:32:27 pm CST

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The potential for strong to severe thunderstorms remains for Tuesday in East Texas and late Tuesday and overnight for many of our Parishes. All modes of severe weather will be possible. Keep abreast of the latest forecast for more details.
While showers will be around early Tuesday morning, the true window for severe storms will not be present until or just after lunchtime. While initiation time looks to be similar for all, the expiration time and intensity of storms will vary based on location. Stay tuned to the forecast for updates through the day and tomorrow.
The attached image displays tips on how to prepare for severe weather if living in a manufactured home.
Mild low temperatures are expected tonight as clouds and low-level moisture increase from the southwest.
Rain chances on Tuesday will be mainly confined to the eastern third of Northeast Texas, Northern Louisiana and South Central Arkansas for your Tuesday. Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible on Tuesday.
Here's the daily climate data for November 28th for selected cities in the Four State Region.

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 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CST)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
De Queen AR17:53Clear10534471CALM-29.86
El Dorado AR17:53Clear10514889CALM-29.92
Idabel OK18:15Clear9554671ESE 7-29.86
Longview TX17:53Clear1057SE 6-29.87
Lufkin TX17:53Clear10605480CALM-29.89
Monroe LA17:53Clear10574974CALM-29.95
Mount Pleasant TX18:15Clear10574870SE 5-29.87
Nacogdoches TX17:56Clear10605274ESE 6-29.90
Natchitoches LA18:35Clear10535296CALM-29.93
Shreveport LA (Regional Airport)17:56Clear10554671SSE 3-29.90
Shreveport LA (Downtown Airport)17:53Clear10594764SSE 5-29.91
Texarkana AR17:53Clear10574768ESE 5-29.89
Tyler TX17:53Clear10594764SSE 8-29.85

 


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