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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
108 PM CST FRI DEC 26 2014

...HEAVY RAINFALL EXPECTED SATURDAY THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT...

ANOTHER LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL IMPACT THE REGION THIS WEEKEND.
RAINFALL...HEAVY AT TIMES...WILL OCCUR FROM SATURDAY THROUGH SUNDAY
NIGHT. WIDESPREAD 2 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN IS EXPECTED WITH SOME LOCALLY
HEAVIER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE. RAINFALL RATES WILL BE CRITICAL AS TO
WHETHER THIS BECOMES A FLASH FLOODING EVENT OR JUST A SOAKING RAIN.
THE ISSUANCE OF A FLASH FLOOD WATCH IS POSSIBLE SOMETIME THIS WEEKEND.

RIVERS ACROSS THE REGION ARE CURRENTLY WELL BELOW FLOOD STAGE DESPITE
THE HEAVY RAIN THAT OCCURRED ON TUESDAY. THE EXPECTED RAINFALL AMOUNTS
WILL CAUSE RISES ON AREA RIVERS. HOWEVER...UNLESS THE RAIN IS HEAVIER
THAN EXPECTED...THE OVERALL RIVER IMPACT IS EXPECTED TO BE LOW.

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SW






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