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TROPICS: Tracking Marco and Laura

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Last Map Update: Mon, Aug. 24, 2020 at 8:38:16 am CDT

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1-3" of rain will be possible across far southern portions of the area Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning as Marco moves close. This may result in isolated flash flooding, particularly in low lying and urban areas.
As Laura makes landfall late Wednesday, a few tornadoes may be possible across portions of the area.
Rain will begin to overspread the region as moisture from Marco moves inland. This will keep temperatures cooler in the Pine Belt but temperatures will still rise into the lower 90s across the Delta.
Showers and storms may occur tonight as moisture from Marco moves inland.


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