Instructions: 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.
Message Summary: ...flash flood watch in effect tuesday afternoon through
thursday morning for all of the midsouth... .rain, heavy at times, will begin early tomorrow in response to a
persistent upper level jet over the area. Appreciable rainfall
over the same locations may lead to flash flooding. In addition,
areas along interstate 40 that recently experienced heavy rainfall
will be especially susceptible to flash flooding. ...flash flood watch in effect from tuesday afternoon through
late wednesday night... The national weather service in memphis has issued a * flash flood watch for portions of east arkansas, north
mississippi, southeast missouri, and west tennessee, including
the following areas, in east arkansas, clay, craighead,
crittenden, cross, greene, lee, mississippi, phillips,
poinsett, and st. Francis. In north mississippi, alcorn,
benton, calhoun, chickasaw, coahoma, desoto, itawamba,
lafayette, lee, marshall, monroe, panola, pontotoc, prentiss,
quitman, tallahatchie, tate, tippah, tishomingo, tunica,
union, and yalobusha. In southeast missouri, dunklin and
pemiscot. In west tennessee, benton, carroll, chester,
crockett, decatur, dyer, fayette, gibson, hardeman, hardin,
haywood, henderson, henry, lake, lauderdale, madison, mcnairy,
obion, shelby, tipton, and weakley. * from tuesday afternoon through late wednesday night * 4 to 8 inches of rain is expected across most of the midsouth. * street flooding will be a hazard for travelers. Low-lying and
poor drainage areas will be at risk for flash flooding, as well
as small streams.
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