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Summertime storms develop across the area

Rainy afternoon across parts of South Mississippi Rainy afternoon across parts of South Mississippi
SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) -

Typical summer-time storms have developed across parts of South Mississippi on Friday. This pattern may continue into the weekend.

The WLOX First Alert Weather team continues to track shower and thunderstorm activity across our area.

To view the latest feed of updates from WLOX meteorologists today, visit their Twitter pages:

Chief Meteorologist Carrie Duncan

Meteorologist Wesley Williams

Meteorologist Andrew Wilson

Meteorologist Tommy Richards

Here are some of their Twitter updates from this afternoon:

Twitter is a great way to get up-to-the-minute updates from WLOX. Be sure to follow us on Twitter to stay informed.

Another great way to be in the know is to open your WLOX Weather App and track nearby storms on radar.

Don't have the WLOX Weather App? We've got you covered. Click here for instructions on how to get our weather app.

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