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Latest Flash Flood Watch by KJAN
Issued 6/18/2021 4:07 AM US/Central.
Valid through 6/20/2021 1:00 AM US/Central.
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including the cities of columbia, west hattiesburg, purvis,
lumberton, laurel, and hattiesburg
407 am cdt fri jun 18 2021
...flash flood watch now in effect from this evening through late
the flash flood watch is now in effect for
* portions of south central mississippi and southeast mississippi,
including the following areas, in south central mississippi,
marion. in southeast mississippi, forrest, jones and lamar.
* from this evening through late saturday night
* 3 to 5 inches of rain are expected with locally higher amounts
* areas of flash flooding could cause road closures and threaten
homes and businesses with inundation.
a flash flood watch means that conditions may develop that lead to
flash flooding. flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.you
should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should
flash flood warnings be issued.
Latest Flash Flood Watch by KLIX
Issued 6/17/2021 9:49 PM US/Central.
Valid through 6/20/2021 7:00 AM US/Central.
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national weather service new orleans la
414 am cdt fri jun 18 2021
pointe coupee-west feliciana-east feliciana-st. helena-washington-
iberville-west baton rouge-east baton rouge-ascension-livingston-
assumption-st. james-st. john the baptist-upper lafourche-st.
charles-upper jefferson-upper plaquemines-upper st. bernard-upper
terrebonne-lower terrebonne-lower lafourche-lower jefferson-lower
plaquemines-lower st. bernard-northern tangipahoa-southern
tangipahoa-northwest st. tammany-southeast st. tammany-western
orleans-eastern orleans-wilkinson-amite-pike-walthall-pearl river-
including the cities of convent, gonzales, dexter, chalmette,
covington, buras, cut off, belle chasse, white castle, east new
orleans, gramercy, bayou cane, amite, pascagoula, raceland,
wakefield, gloster, waveland, easleyville, mccomb, mcneil,
montpelier, livonia, darlington, gillsberg, gulfport, jackson,
spillman, greensburg, liberty, port allen, diamondhead, roseland,
hammond, metairie, salem, boothville, galliano, chauvin, kenner, st.
francisville, enon, st. martin, clinton, labadieville, dulac,
thibodaux, yscloskey, myrtle grove, mandeville, prairieville,
violet, dolorosa, donaldsonville, lutcher, ocean springs, robert,
bogalusa, larose, poplarville, tylertown, centreville, destrehan,
baton rouge, new roads, lettsworth, picayune, paincourtville, pointe
a la hache, bay st. louis, leeville, franklinton, gautier, slidell,
walker, felps, laplace, woodville, denham springs, new orleans,
montegut, wilmer, golden meadow, cocodrie, venice, lacombe,
plaquemine, fort adams, brusly, bayou sorrel, kentwood, pierre part,
watson, houma, addis, smithdale, moss point, ponchatoula,
crossroads, norco, reserve, port sulphur, and empire
414 am cdt fri jun 18 2021
...flash flood watch remains in effect from 1 pm cdt this afternoon
through sunday morning...
the flash flood watch continues for
* portions of southeast louisiana and mississippi, including the
following areas and parishes, in southeast louisiana, ascension,
assumption, east baton rouge, east feliciana, eastern orleans,
iberville, livingston, lower jefferson, lower lafourche, lower
plaquemines, lower st. bernard, lower terrebonne, northern
tangipahoa, northwest st. tammany, pointe coupee, southeast st.
tammany, southern tangipahoa, st. charles, st. helena, st. james,
st. john the baptist, upper jefferson, upper lafourche, upper
plaquemines, upper st. bernard, upper terrebonne, washington, west
baton rouge, west feliciana and western orleans. in mississippi,
amite, hancock, harrison, jackson, pearl river, pike, walthall and
* from 1 pm cdt this afternoon through sunday morning.
* 4 to 8 inches of rain possible with locally higher amounts.
* high rainfall rates could overwhelm drainage capacity leading to
ponding of water in low lying and poor drainage areas as well as
flash flooding where the heaviest rain falls.
you should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should flash flood warnings be issued. remember, never drive through
flooded roadways as the water may be too deep for safe passage.