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Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service Jackson MS
1007 PM CDT Tuesday Mar 31 2015

Discussion...no big changes to the forecast for tonight. A few
showers and thunderstorms were lingering from the activity this
afternoon...expecting a few showers and thunderstorms through the
night. North of the area showers and thunderstorms continue to
develop and models suggest these storms will sink south into the area
after midnight...strong storms can not be ruled out overnight...but
not looking for any organized activity. Left isolated thunderstorm
wording...for areas generally north of I-20. Otherwise...another
partly cloudy and mild night.
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Aviation...a few thunderstorms and rain could affect the cbm/gtr area late tonight.
Otherwise...expect early morning stratus/fog with IFR restrictions
most likely along and south of the hks/Jan to mei corridor. Low ceilings
will mix upward during the middle/late morning followed by VFR
conditions in the afternoon/evening. /Ec/ &&

Preliminary point temps/pops...
Jackson 60 79 63 82 / 14 20 10 44
Meridian 58 80 60 82 / 23 28 11 31
Vicksburg 59 80 63 82 / 8 14 12 48
Hattiesburg 59 82 63 84 / 7 12 9 23
Natchez 59 80 64 82 / 3 13 12 40
Greenville 59 78 62 80 / 23 32 20 55
Greenwood 59 79 62 80 / 23 37 23 53

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Jan watches/warnings/advisories...
MS...none.
La...none.
Arkansas...none.
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07/ec

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