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Brian Hutton Jr. 7h
Did you miss the news today? Here is your 7 day forecast
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Brian Hutton Jr. 12h
Here is today's almanac from Meridian Regional Airport
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Brian Hutton Jr. 8h
Here is your day planner for tomorrow to help you plan your day!
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Andrew Samet 16h
Here's an updated look at our severe weather threat for tomorrow. Chances for severe storms tomorrow is not nearly as high as it was last Thursday; however, it's still important to be weather aware regardless how great the threat is.
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WTOK-TV Apr 11
Another warm and dry day is in store for our Thursday before a cold front brings a few showers and more seasonal temperatures tomorrow. Another cold front Sunday morning brings with it a chance of strong to severe storms.
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WTOK-TV 22h
Rain and storm chances return tomorrow but exit quickly as we look to dry out by Friday. A big warm up will be in store for our area as we head into the weekend and into the start of next week.
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WTOK-TV Apr 12
A Saturday night/Sunday morning cold front will bring a chance of a few strong to severe storms. All modes of severe weather look possible which includes damaging winds, tornadoes, and large hail.
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WTOK-TV Apr 15
We'll catch a break from the rain for the next few days but our next storm system on Thursday looks to bring rain and storms to our area. Severe storms look possible at this time.
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WTOK-TV Apr 23
Partly cloudy skies are in store for our Tuesday and Wednesday, with rain chances set to return by Thursday. A leftover shower is possible on Friday, otherwise we have a dry and warm weekend ahead.
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Andrew Samet Apr 12
Here's the latest outlook from the Storm Prediction Center and a closer look at the threats for our late Saturday night severe weather event.
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Andrew Samet Apr 12
We'll be watching a Saturday night/Sunday morning cold front for the possibility of strong to severe storms. Damaging winds, tornadoes, and large hail are our threats. We dry by Monday and Tuesday of next week.
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Andrew Samet Apr 11
A cold front tomorrow morning brings an end to our dry weather and unseaonably warm temperatures. Another cold front on Sunday brings a chance for strong to severe storms during the early morning hours.
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Andrew Samet 22h
A cold front moves through on Thursday and brings rain and storms with it. One or two strong to severe storms are possible, but no widespread severe weather is expected. We dry out and warm up into next week.
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Andrew Samet Apr 23
Rain chances return on Thursday after a dry and warm Tuesday and Wednesday. Other than a leftover shower or two on Friday, the rest of the weekend is warm and dry.
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Andrew Samet Apr 22
We'll make it into the mid-80s by Wednesday with rain chances returning by Thursday and Friday. We are dry again by the weekend with highs in the upper-80s by Sunday.
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Andrew Samet Apr 22
Temperature Check (3:58 a.m.): We are mainly in the upper-40s and low-50s out there, and we can expect the good majority of us to drop into the 40s by sunrise. Highs return to the low-80s this afternoon!
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Andrew Samet Apr 19
Temperature Check (9:34 p.m.): Many of us have now dropped into the 40s and only a few 50s remain. Any leftover showers leave our area between midnight and 2 a.m.
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Andrew Samet Apr 19
Warming temperatures and sunny skies are in store for our Easter weekend. Highs return to the mid-80s by Wednesday with rain chances returning by Wednesday afternoon.
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Andrew Samet Apr 19
Passing showers and mostly cloudy skies stick with us on Friday, and then we dry out and warm up through the Easter weekend and into the start of next week.
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Andrew Samet Apr 19
Radar Check (4:18 a.m.): Things are quiet across our area other than some light showers in spots that's not even showing up on radar. Expect passing showers throughout the day as a deep trough moves through the area.
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