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December 23, 2020
⛈ Strong to Severe storms are expected to fire up today across Louisiana and Southern Mississippi...
An Arctic cold front will push east into the deep south region this afternoon and evening. One or two Tornadoes, severe wind, and flash flooding impacts are possible across Southern and Eastern Louisiana. Any tornadoes that do form will be difficult to see, and will likely be integrated within strong rain cores. This system is likely to produce additional severe weather on  Christmas Eve across the Carolinas.

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