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September 2004 Rainfall Totals

 

 

 

 

September 2004 Rainfall Totals

Biloxi 2.12"
Gulfport 2.33"
Bay St. Louis 6.12"
Pascagoula 3.76"
Perkinston 2.25"
Poplarville 1.45"
Lucedale 2.83"

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    Tornadoes barely missed South Mississippi on Sunday

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    Several twisters were reported on Sunday April 22, 2018 across the central Gulf Coast region. This was one from southeast Louisiana near Galliano.Several twisters were reported on Sunday April 22, 2018 across the central Gulf Coast region. This was one from southeast Louisiana near Galliano.

    Sunday was soggy in South Mississippi. Numerous showers dumped about an inch of rainfall in the area and tornadoes were reported across our region.

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    Sunday was soggy in South Mississippi. Numerous showers dumped about an inch of rainfall in the area and tornadoes were reported across our region.

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  • It'll be a soggy Sunday across the coast

    It'll be a soggy Sunday across the coast

    Sunday, April 22 2018 8:29 AM EDT2018-04-22 12:29:55 GMT

    The WLOX First Alert Weather team is tracking another storm system that will bring the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms Sunday.

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    The WLOX First Alert Weather team is tracking another storm system that will bring the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms Sunday.

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    The April night and morning sky

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