There are a few watches still in affect for areas in the state.Check out our weather alerts for updated information on watches and warnings and visit our First Alert Weather Facebook page for the latest weather news. More rain and thunder could be widespread across the state this afternoon. To track the storms moving into our area, go to our Interactive Radar. The greatest threat for severe storms and tornadoes is in the southeastern portion of the state, including areas like Meridian, Hattiesburg and McComb.
Still, a strong to severe storm could happen anywhere on the map today.Rain and thunder continue through the overnight, exiting early Christmas Eve morning. Cooler air then pours in and stabilizes our atmosphere, making for much quieter conditions for the holiday. Christmas Eve will be in the low 50s with clearing skies. Christmas Day will be mostly sunny with highs in the mid 50s. Copyright 2014 MSNewsNow. All rights reserved.
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