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Severe weather risk moves out of South Mississippi, minor wind damage reported

Tornadoes and damaging winds will be the main threats to watch

  Warm and wet April ahead based on latest outlook

WATCH LIVE: Spacewalking astronauts replace more station batteries

  Tropical Storm Iba forms near Brazil in late March

  Cold front brings a few showers and thunderstorms for Monday

  Big “extratropical” system impacting central & east U.S.

  Showers and storms likely on Sunday afternoon

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  Carnival Season Finale: Warm and maybe wet, then chilly and dry

Winter may make a comeback for Mardi Gras

Deceivingly dry despite frequent February showers

  Clouds and rain to steal sunshine away again this week

  Some weekend parades have a chance for rain

  Finally cooler by Sunday

  Possible heavy thunderstorms on Wednesday

Strong to severe thunderstorms possible but not likely in South Mississippi

  Dreary weather pattern continues this week; flooding rains possible in Northern Mississippi

The year without sunshine continues this week for South Mississippi.

  Warm and dry February so far, outlook also warm

Staying warm for the next two weeks, then cooler for early March?

  Heavy downpours possible on Tuesday

The WLOX First Alert Weather Team is keeping an eye on the chance for a line of showers and possibly a few thunderstorms on Tuesday.

  Pollen arriving ahead of schedule

  Near-record heat in early February. Then, a taste of winter.

  Windy and chilly Tuesday, freeze tonight

  Low risk of severe storms for Wednesday

  Will it be warm or cold this week? Yes

  Temperatures tumble overnight

  How to see the Blood Moon this Sunday night

The Total Lunar Eclipse will be visible across the entire North American continent, including right here in South Mississippi.

  Freezing temperatures expected for MLK Day Monday

Confidence has decreased on temperatures cold enough to damage pipes

  Double rainbow dazzles South Mississippi skies

Showers cleared out just in time Saturday afternoon to give South Mississippi a dazzling display of double rainbows.

  Big winter chill this week

After record-setting warmth, we’re headed for freezing temperatures

  Brighter and drier days ahead

After eight soggy and dreary days, it’s time for sunshine

  New year, new weather pattern... eventually

Finally sunshine in the forecast! But, first, a round of downpours.

  2018: One of Gulfport’s hottest and wettest years on record

2nd wettest and 2nd warmest in the last 20 years

  Rounds of heavy rain to end the week

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for South Mississippi through noon Friday

Tornado Watch issued for portions of Mississippi

Portions of Mississippi are now under a Tornado Watch in advance of an approaching storm line, including Picayune and Poplarville of Pearl River County.

Drive carefully Thursday morning as strong winds blow across the Coast

The temperatures may be in the 60s but strong wind gusts are making it feel a little cooler outside. If you’re headed out on the road this morning, drive carefully because all of that wind is causing sand to blow up on parts of Highway 90.

  Shortest day of the year - December 21 2018

The winter solstice occurs at 4:23 pm on Friday December 21 2018, marking the official beginning of the winter season.

  Cold and windy Friday; gale warnings offshore

A strong low-pressure system will strengthen as it swings northeast out of South Mississippi Thursday night. This will send a cold front through the region with another round of showers.

  Rainy Thursday evening

Risk for severe weather lowered

  Meteor shower ruined by rain showers?

Poor visibility is expected in South Mississippi during the peak of this year’s Geminid Meteor Shower.

  Saturday Super Soaker

The heaviest rain is expected late Saturday morning through Saturday afternoon.

  Another dose of winter strikes the coast

Temperatures across all of South Mississippi will drop into the lower 30s late Monday night into Tuesday morning. Protect people, pets, and plants.

  Terrific weather for turkey. Any showers for shopping?

The majority of Friday’s downpours across South Mississippi may wait until after sunset, perhaps as late as midnight, according to a forecast issued Thursday.

  Cold Alert: First fall freeze tonight

A Freeze Warning is in effect for Thursday morning.

  Wet and possibly stormy Alert Day Monday

A Tornado Watch is in effect until 7pm for all of South Mississippi.

  Strong cold front next week. Frost possible?

November tends to be the time of year to bring our first fall freeze. And next week a strong cold front is expected to move into the area around Tuesday November 13.

  NWS confirms tornadoes in Jackson County

The National Weather Service confirmed two tornadoes touched down in Jackson County Thursday morning.

ALERT DAY THURSDAY: Severe threat moves east

It’s Alert Day Thursday as a strong cold front brings stormy weather with very disruptive and possibly destructive thunderstorms this morning.

  Sweating in your costume? Trick or treat forecast

It could become uncomfortable for some who are dressed in costumes that are too warm. But, at least you won’t have to carry around an umbrella.

  Thursday rain system targets Mississippi Coast

A rain system approaching from the west will arrive in South Mississippi on Thursday. Disruptive rainfall may impact outdoor activities

  Orionid Meteor Shower 2018 peaking this weekend

Peak viewing times will be around midnight Sunday night through 6:00 AM Monday.

  Major Hurricane Michael making landfall near Panama City

A direct hit from the storm’s center in Florida is unavoidable and they will face major direct impacts. Meanwhile, South Mississippi will be spared the worst even though we'll be too close for comfort.

TROPICS: Watching Caribbean disturbance, may become depression or storm

A tropical disturbance or depression or storm may arrive in the Gulf from the Caribbean, possibly bringing a Gulf Coast rain threat.

  Watching Isaac’s Remnants approach Gulf of Mexico this week

The disturbance has been downgraded to a near-zero chance to become a depression or a storm over the next five days, according to a Tuesday update from the National Hurricane Center.

Tropical depression or storm possible in Gulf as three hurricanes churn in Atlantic

While it’s not common during hurricane season, this is the time of year we would expect to see this much activity, hence why it’s the peak of the season.

Friday forecast: Fewer showers expected

Today brings hit-or-miss showers and thunderstorms will develop across the area.

  Wildfires burning in Canada and northwest US causing hazy skies in South Mississippi

Skies in South Mississippi have been hazy over the past few days due to smoke, high in the atmosphere passing over the region.

  Stormy, then “cold” front could bring a small taste of fall this week

The WLOX First Alert Weather Team is tracking a cold front that will bring the chance for thunderstorms Monday and Tuesday, then perhaps a small taste of fall Thursday and Friday mornings this week.

Subtropical depression strengthens into Subtropical Storm Ernesto

Ernesto is not expected to impact any land areas over through the weekend.

Four ways to stay safe from the heat this summer

Here are four simple and sensible things you can do to stay as keep your cool and stay safe during the summer heat.

  Where tropical systems tend to form in June

In the month of June, tropical systems tend to be more "homegrown" and form closer to home.

Subtropical or tropical... what’s the difference?

What exactly is a subtropical storm and how is it different from a tropical storm?

Behind the Scenes: Hurricane Awareness Tour

Two weeks from Friday, hurricane season will officially begin on June. Are you prepared?

Remembering Hurricane Camille 49 years later

August 17, 2018 marks 49 years since Hurricane Camille slammed into South Mississippi.