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Daily Regional Forecast for Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

Cloud cover will begin to increase ahead of the next storm system. However, mostly dry conditions are expected. Highs will range from the upper 50s/low 60s to upper 60s and lower 70s. For future updates, be sure to follow us on Instagram.   You can also follow us on Facebook  and Twitter. Get our… Continue reading

Impactful Storm System now Likely to Close out the Week

An impactful storm system is now likely to close out the week; it will bring heavy rain and the potential for strong/severe storms from Texas to the Florida Panhandle Friday through Saturday. On Friday, a surface low is expected to develop along the Western Gulf Coast. This will be in… Continue reading

Heavy Rain and Severe Threat Monday Ahead of a Strong Cold Front

An upper-level trough is going to dig southward Monday and Tuesday, bringing another strong cold front with it. Heavy rain An area of surface low pressure is expected to develop over the Northwest Gulf late tomorrow/Monday in association with the front; it will track northeast into the central Gulf Coast… Continue reading

Coldest air of the Season so Far Arrives This Weekend; Likely to Stick Around Into Next Week

The coldest air of the season so far is on the way this weekend. Meanwhile, a second,  more significant blast of arctic air is likely next week. The latest 6 – 10 day temperature outlook from the Climate Prediction Center reflects this well (see figure 1). Initially it looked like… Continue reading

Severe Weather Event to Unfold Tonight

A severe weather event is going to unfold from Northeast Louisiana/Southeast Arkansas into North Mississippi, Northwest Alabama, and Tennessee tonight into tomorrow morning. Unstable atmospheric conditions will cause discrete cells to initially develop across Northern Louisiana and Western Arkansas this evening ( around 4 – 6 PM). The cells that… Continue reading

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