Christmas Day Climatology for the Pine Belt

Hattiesburg/Pine Belt Area High Temperature Location Normal Warmest Years Coldest Years Hattiesburg 60.5°F 80°F (2015) 80°F (1955) 79°F (2016) 79°F (1974) 78°F (1987) 78°F (1982) 26°F (1983) 34°F (1989) 38°F (2004) 38°F (1990) 39°F (1998/1993) Low Temperature Location Normal Warmest Years Coldest Years Hattiesburg 38.6°F 74°F (2015) 68°F (1982) 65°F (1974) 64°F (1987) 61°F (1964) […]

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Pine Belt Christmas Day Climatology

Hattiesburg/Pine Belt Area High Temperature Location Normal Warmest Years Coldest Years Hattiesburg 60.5°F 80°F (2015) 80°F (1955) 79°F (2016) 79°F (1974) 78°F (1987) 78°F (1982) 26°F (1983) 34°F (1989) 38°F (2004) 38°F (1990) 39°F (1998/1993) Low Temperature Location Normal Warmest Years Coldest Years Hattiesburg 38.6°F 74°F (2015) 68°F (1982) 65°F (1974) 64°F (1987) 61°F (1964) […]

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HUMBERTO CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN AND EXPECTED TO BECOME A HURRICANE TONIGHT

BULLETIN Tropical Storm Humberto Advisory Number 13 NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL092019 500 PM EDT Sun Sep 15 2019 …HUMBERTO CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN… …RIP CURRENT THREAT WILL INCREASE ALONG THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES COAST THROUGH TUESDAY… SUMMARY OF 500 PM EDT…2100 UTC…INFORMATION ———————————————- LOCATION…29.3N 78.0W ABOUT 210 MI…335 KM NNW OF GREAT ABACO […]

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El Niño Fades: 2019 Hurricane Season Predicted to Be Active

Hurricane forecasters have upped their initial predictions for the 2019 Hurricane Season after El Niño, which developed last Fall has faded. Seasonal forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center have increased the likelihood of an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season to 45% (up from 30% from the outlook issued in May). The likelihood of near-normal activity is now at […]

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Meteorologist Jason Scott says Tropical Storm Barry will Bring Major Flooding Problems to the Area!!!

As of 6 a.m. Friday, Tropical Storm Barry had not strengthened further after slightly strengthening with winds of 50 mph Thursday night, although those winds are not at the center of circulation, which remains very broad. The pressure is the same and motion is nearly stationary; to the west at 3 mph. Dry air over the center […]

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