Vicksburg Texas Weather
Hurricane Delta made landfall in southwest Louisiana as a Category 2 storm, the National Weather Service in New Orleans said. The storm is forecast to move north as it heads inland, with tropical storms - winds that will reach the state as early as Friday afternoon - reaching the state. Hundreds of customers in Mississippi were without power Friday morning as Hurricane Delta moved inland from the southwestern Louisiana coast, the Mississippi Power Authority said.
In the Pine Belt, which includes Hattiesburg and the Jackson area, up to 2 to 3 inches of rain could fall, according to the National Weather Service. Between 2 and 3 inches of rain is expected in the area, some of which could cause flooding and power outages.
Areas in the south will see rainfall as rain or snow, but the effects are expected to lead to flooding and power outages in some areas.
KSLA - Television reported that snowfall totals of about 4 inches are expected in areas from Center, Texas, to Natchitoches, Louisiana. The National Weather Service in Fort Worth is forecasting 1 to 2 inches of snow in some parts of the state, according to a forecast by the Texas Department of Public Health and Human Services. Some areas of central Texas and the Midwest are expected to get a total of 1.5 inches to 3 inches, KSLa-TV reported, in addition to the 1-inch to 2-inch of rain in the area.
KSLA - Television reported that 1.5 to 3 inches of snow is expected in areas of Center, Texas, up to Natchitoches, in addition to 1 to 2 inches of rain in the area, KSLa - the television station reported. K SLSA-TV reported that areas between Center and Texas and NatchesitOCES expect a total of 2.6 inches, or about 4 inches in some areas and 2 inches or less in others, according to a forecast by the Texas Department of Public Health and Human Services in Fort Worth and the National Weather Service in Corpus Christi. Areas from central Texas to the Panhandle are expected to receive rainfall of 1,000 feet to 4,500 feet and about 1 inch to 5,200 feet in other parts of the state as well as Louisiana and the Panhandle region of Louisiana, K SLAA-Television reported. KLSA-TV reports that the area between center and center in Texas or Nachitooze, Louisiana, is expected to be about 2,600 feet and 3,300 feet, with a maximum of 3.2 inches.
Snow will miss most of Texas, except parts of central Texas and the Panhandle, according to the Texas Department of Public Health and Human Services' forecast in Fort Worth. There will also be some rain and sleet in some parts of the state, and some snow and rain in other parts of Louisiana.
The snow is contributing to slick roads and power outages, so please take your time so your family can enjoy the weather in your area, from Austin to College Station. It will also cause slipperiness on roads, power cuts and congestion. The family is taking time off to enjoy the weather in their Austin and College Station area, but it's still not good for the roads! The snow has contributed to road disruption and power outages; the family has taken time off and the snow will use the time with their families to enjoy the weather in our Austin area or college stations. It's not great for our roads, but the snow has helped make roads slick and power cuts occur: the family.
The snow has contributed to slick roads and power outages; the family has taken time off and the snow will use the time with their families to enjoy the weather in our Austin area or at college stations. Snow contributes to slipperiness on the roads, power outages and traffic jams, so please take your time to enjoy it in your area, from Austin to College Station. It will also lead to slipperiness on the roads, congestion, congestion and congestion in the Austin and College areas, but it is still not good for the roads!
The hurricane has been moving toward the coast of SW Louisiana since this morning and is expected to make landfall there early in the evening. The hurricane is expected to weaken as it makes its way into northeast Louisiana Saturday morning and moves into northern Mississippi Saturday night, bringing the possibility of heavy rain, gusty winds and possible flooding. On Monday, Van Dam said, the severe weather danger is greatest when a cold front moves across the western plains. As always, we hear you don't like the Mississippi weather, but just wait a bit
Several Mississippi counties remain under a tropical storm warning from Monday morning, with landfall expected in the Gulf of Mexico Saturday night or early Sunday morning. This is not a forecast, but it is a possibility that is being closely watched, and although there is no forecast for a severe weather threat to the Mississippi Gulf Coast, you should also monitor this possibility.