Today most of the dynamics that produced this round of rainfall will have left the area. However, left-over moisture working with day-time heating and pulses of energy in the upper air currents will still give us better chances for scattered afternoon showers than we've been seeing over the past few weeks.
Highs back into the 90s. Lows in the 70's.
And the Mississippi River is no longer above flood stage anywhere in the state. The latest readings of the Natchez site is now at 47.4 feet. The flood stage at the Natchez site is 48 feet.
In Vicksburg the Mississippi River was measured at 38.0 feet. And in Greenville the River is at 38.7 feet, flood stage is 48 feet.
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