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SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) The National Hurricane Center forecast track has Irma moving into north central Alabama by Tuesday morning, then becoming a remnant low over Tennessee by Wednesday.Good news! Irma is now downgraded to a Tropical Storm. Still no threat to south MS.What we can expect are breezy north winds to develop and stick around through Wednesday. Generally, 15 20 mph with higher gusts. Because south Mississippi will be on the left side of the center of circulation, the winds will come from over land. That means we will not see an endless fetch of moisture from over the ocean like on the right side, limiting our chance for heavy rain and storms.One Minute Irma Update 7 AM 9 11 17Could a rain band pass through? Sure. Will it be anything severe? Not likely.Seas will be rough to choppy for the next few days and those shorelines that face north and east could see tides 1 2 feet higher than normal.Proposed plan would extend Beatline Road to Hwy 90Proposed plan would extend Beatline Road to Hwy 90Updated: Monday,
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March 12 2018 12:25 PM EDT2018 03 12 16:25:07 GMTA plan in its infancy is starting to get some traction in Harrison County to extend Beatline Road all the way south over the railroad tracks in Long Beach to Highway 90. (Photo source: WLOX)A plan in its infancy is starting to get some traction in Harrison County to extend Beatline Road all the way south over the railroad tracks in Long Beach to Highway 90.A plan in its infancy is starting to get some traction in Harrison County to extend Beatline Road all the way south over the railroad tracks in Long Beach to Highway 90.More than 4,000 Mississippi soldiers leaving home for a yearMore than 4,000 Mississippi soldiers leaving home for a yearPosted: Monday, March 12 2018 12:20 PM EDT2018 03 12 16:20:53 GMT(Photo Source: WLOX News)More than 4,000 Mississippi National Guard soldiers are leaving their homes this month as part of a year long deployment.More than 4,000 Mississippi National Guard soldiers are leaving their homes this month as part of a year long deployment.
the north face etip gloves Irma downgraded to a tropical storm