World News – United States – Southern Mississippi expected to recede by 3 p.m. Wednesday Storm winds can arrive before 7 p.m.


Zeta is expected to make landfall Wednesday afternoon or evening, most likely in southeastern Louisiana, then move to the Mississippi coast Storm surge and hurricane warnings continue over the Mississippi coast

If Zeta follows the center of the current forecast path, southern Mississippi will experience periods of rainy weather through Wednesday evening The absolute weight of the heaviest rain and strongest wind is expected to be during and just after landing from around 4 p.m. Wednesday to 10 p.m., with storm force winds finally subsiding between 10 p.m. and 1 a.m. Storm surges in low areas and along the coast could reach 5 to 8 feet Day-to-day distribution below:

Do you have some free time today? Here are some quick hurricane preparedness activities to protect yourself, your loved ones and your belongings: ✔️Create your family hurricane plan✔️Gather / refresh the supply kit✔️Cake a patio / yard inventory✔️ Find out if you are in an evacuation area / review the photo of your planTwittercom / u1RYswp3Ky

It’s been a long season, but don’t forget to check your supplies to make sure they’re still good. If you don’t have a Supply Kit yet, make one today! https: // tco / c98p4WOnzY #lawx #mswx picTwittercom / x3VTn0Uszg

Make sure your important papers are secure and easily accessible Take photos 📷 of them as a backup Here are some documents to inventory: 📝 Insurance policies Birth certificates ID (passport / driver’s license / etc) 📝Bank info picTwittercom / c9Euq7nOid

#HurricanePrep Tip: Get an extra set of house and car keys 🏠🔑 🚗🔑 designed for your emergency kit Make sure to include the office keys as well! Thanks to our friends at @NWSMobile for the tip! imageTwittercom / OGDUt5YGo5

As a reminder, have 1 gallon of water per person per day So for a family of 4 for 3 days have at least 12 gallons of water in your feeding kit imageTwittercom / VOBZliKMmJ

From a young age Taylor was fascinated by people who predicted the weather She knew in elementary school that she wanted to be a meteorologist Growing up in Elizabethtown, KY, she was able to experience it all, snow and ice with violent storms

Eric Jeansonne knew he wanted to be a meteorologist from the age of five when Hurricane Andrew swept through his home state of Louisiana

Wesley is your Gulf Coast guy Born and raised in New Orleans, schooled in meteorology in Mobile, Wesley has lived in almost every Gulf Coast state except Florida

Tropical Cyclone, Tropical Storm Zeta, Mississippi

World News – United States – Southern Mississippi expected to recede by 3 p.m. Wednesday Storm winds can arrive before 7 p.m. h



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