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Last Map Update: Wed, Aug. 26, 2020 at 4:56:28 am CDT

National Weather Service Springfield, MONational Weather Service Paducah, KYNational Weather Service Nashville, TN
National Weather Service Little Rock, ARZoom

National Weather Service Huntsville, AL
National Weather Service Shreveport, LANational Weather Service Jackson, MississippiNational Weather Service NWS Birmingham, Alabama


Hurricane Laura will weaken to a tropical storm over southwest Arkansas Thursday evening, and further weaken to a tropical depression over north central Arkansas by sunrise Friday. Thursday night... There is a Slight Risk of damaging winds and tornadoes over east central Arkansas. To the east and north of the Slight Risk area, there is a Marginal Risk of damaging winds over northwest Mississippi, the Memphis metro area, and northeast Arkansas. There is a Slight Risk of Flash Flooding along and west of the Mississippi River. Friday... There is a Marginal Risk for damaging winds and tornadoes over all the Midsouth. There is a Moderate Risk of Flash Flooding over northeast Arkansas, the Missouri bootheel, and far northwest Tennessee. A Flash Flood Watch may be issued for this area later today. To south, there is a Slight Risk for Flash flooding along and north of the Interstate 40 corridor, including the Memphis metro area.

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 Latest observation from the NWS office at  the Agricenter in east Memphis
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