Strong storms possible in the Mid-South

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Temperatures will be in the mid 80’s Thursday with gusting winds and scattered afternoon showers likely.

Tonight, there is a threat for severe weather.  High winds and large hail are our primary threats along with several inches of rain.


Showers will increase in the afternoon, south winds will gust and heavy rain is now expected for tonight into the overnight hours.

The Severe Storms Prediction Center has upgraded the Mid-South to an “Enhanced” thunderstorm potential.









Today’s threat for severe weather includes a risk of tornadoes in the central plains.



Clearing and cooler for Friday, Saturday and Sunday with much more comfortable temperatures.   Rain returns as early as Sunday night.


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