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RIVER WATCH: Check the current river stages, flood predictions

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Flooding at Wolf River (Photo source: Mary Elizabeth Nielsen) Flooding at Wolf River (Photo source: Mary Elizabeth Nielsen)
SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) -

Due to very heavy rainfall across the area on Thursday, some local rivers are rising yet again. Minor flooding issues are expected for Friday. An update in the video below:

LIST: Sandbag locations now open across South Mississippi

Please remember to avoid flooded areas and if you live in an area that may flood have a plan in place to leave if you need to with supplies that you may need to bring with you.

If your river is not listed above it is not in flood and is forecast to stay below flood.

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