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WCBI WEATHER 24m
Quite cold out there this morning. Just about everyone is below 30°. Temps will climb into the 50s later today.
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Marshall Ramsey 21h
Yesterday, I complained about it being hot (it was 82). I was heard. (It is in the 40s).
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Wesley Williams 5m
NOW: Near-freezing temperatures across parts of South MS.
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OleMissPolice Nov 18
Storm blowing into Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
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Johnny Parker Nov 16
Awesome cirrus clouds this afternoon over Northeast MS.
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Josh Eachus Nov 8
Grab the umbrella and believe it or not, you may want to take layers to ADD through the day as temperatures will FALL.
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Patrick Ellis 11h
A look ahead to the next 10 days worth of snow for the southeast...
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Patrick Ellis Nov 18
Walking outside the station post-frontal passage like:
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Kweilyn Murphy 16m
Another cool day, with a little more cloud action. There's a slight warm up in the forecast. More on .
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NWS New Orleans 9m
A slow warming trend is expected Today and Tuesday. Another cold front passage Tuesday night will yield a cool down Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day.
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Chris Dunn 14h
GOOD NEWS: Unless your regional travel plans take you to south/central Florida, roads will be dry and skies will be quiet as the Gulf of Mexico storm system stays to our south.
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Mark Tarello Nov 15
WOW! Tree burning after being struck by lightning earlier this year in Baldwyn, Mississippi. Photo credit: Janis Melton.
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OleMissPolice Nov 18
Ole Miss tailgating fans be mindful of the possibility of high winds and storms today before the game. Winds could reach 35mph+. There is also a chance for a line of storms with lightning around 3PM. ⛈🌬
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