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  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.