...More Heavy Rain Expected Next Week... It`s going to be a wet start to the new week, and new month. While most of the weekend looks dry, rain chances really ramp up during Sunday afternoon and evening. Keeping in mind we are still 3 to 5 days away from this rain event, several models are showing a prolonged moderate to heavy rain event from Sunday afternoon through Wednesday time frame. The envelope of potential forecast storm total amounts range from as low as 2 inches, to perhaps as high as 5 or 7 inches, by the time it all winds down later in the week. The biggest problem is that the Mid-South still has not fully recovered from our recent rainfall events. The ground remains saturated, and rivers, while falling, are running fairly high. If this heavy rain does occur, expect a myriad of flooding issues again, from roadway ponding, to more widespread street and areal flooding. Subsiding creeks and streams will be filling up again, and all of this water will dump into the river systems, ultimately halting their falls and climbing them back up again. Use your time now to prepare accordingly, and stay tuned to the latest updated forecasts for this next incoming heavy rain system.
Current Condition: Mostly Cloudy
Wind Speeds: 4.65mph
Chance of Precipitation: 0%
Temperature: 67/53 Light rain overnight. Monday:
Temperature: 64/58 Rain throughout the day. Tuesday:
Temperature: 62/46 Rain throughout the day. Wednesday:
Temperature: 56/42 Light rain in the morning and afternoon. Thursday:
Temperature: 67/45 Clear throughout the day.
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