Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Severe Tonight

Clouds and other variables have been good for limiting the severe weather this afternoon, but this whole event has barely even started. Have you stepped outside lately? Temps at 5:50pm are flirting around the 70°F mark, but, as you may know, we will have a big weather changer pushing through late tonight. I imagine most of us will be asleep by the time our main squall line and cold front push through. What is going to happen tonight? A strong line of rain will be pushing through South Mississippi as the night progresses. I expect the main line of rain to move through our viewing area after 10pm and past midnight. How much rain will we get? Well the front has already pushed through Monroe, LA. They received more than 2 inches. So if things hold out, we could see a similar total for different locations within the Pine Belt. Of course, we are still watching the area ahead of the front for the major risk of severe activity. My main concern tonight...Heavy Rain and Wind. -tcade@wdam.com

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