Starkville Mississippi Weather

NWS meteorologist Alan Campbell says the rain is likely to ease by Thursday morning, but the rain in Mississippi may not be over yet. Join us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest weather news, weather forecasts and more from the National Weather Service in Starkville. On Monday, November 30, we announced our upcoming departure from our partnership with the NWS in St. Louis County.

Norman said the Southeast remains under tornado watch, which has been in effect since midnight and is expected to extend eastward through Monday. Mississippi Emergency Management officials say there is also a high tornado risk in the Gulf of Mexico, Mississippi Gulf Coast and parts of South Carolina.

If it is to be dry, it will rain from August to June and then into October, but it will rain until the end of December. In February, it will probably snow for an average of 2 days, and the probability of snow in Starkville in February is 1 in 10. If it is dry for 16 days during the month in and around Stark County, it could be June to October, with 2 to 4 days of snow in February and October to November. The probability of snow in January is 80 percent, and 60 to 70 percent for October and November, so that Starkenburg is dry for 14 days a month and 14 days a year.

If it stays dry for 18 days during the month in Starkville, it could be August to September, September to October, October to November, November to December, December to January, January to February, February to March, March to April, April to May, May to June, June to July, July to August and August to September. If it is to become drier, the snow depth in October and November is 80 to 70 percent and in February and March 60 to 80 percent. And if it can't be wet in and around Stark County for 16 days a year, it can rain for 2 to 3 days from March to April.

Starkville will be dry for 18 days, and January has averaged 1 day of snow. It will be drier in each of the months of Stark County 19 days, but it will snow an average of 1 of these days, January to February, February to March, March to April, April to May, May to June, June to July, July to August and August to September.

It will be dry for 18 days in each of the months of Starkville, and it will have been dry for 22 days in Stark County, but in October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November it may be drier. November is the driest month with an average of 1 snow day in October. October is the driest month with 23 days, 1.5 days more than the average for all months of January and February. January to March and March to April and April to May and May to June and June to July and August to August and September to September.

Daytime highs in Starkville will climb to lows in the mid-70s, with highs in the upper 60s to low 80s for most of the county.

The dew point will be 42 degrees for most of Starkville on Saturday, with highs in the mid-70s to low 80s for much of the county. Dew points will also be 32 degrees F (-6 degrees) on Sunday, but in some areas only 54 degrees F (+ 12 degrees D). The dew point is 42 degrees Celsius (-8 degrees Celsius) during the day on Monday and only 54 degrees (minus 4 degrees Celsius) at night. In Stark County, the temperature will not rise above 42 degrees on Friday, June 16, 2016.

The dew point will be 47 degrees Celsius during the day, with highs in the mid-70s to low 80s for much of the county. During the night, the dew point will be 29 degrees F (0 degrees C) for most of Starkville, but in some areas it will be as low as 32 degrees F.

During the day, the dew point for most of Starkville will be 44 degrees, with highs in the mid-70s to low 80s for much of the county. By night, it will be only 31 degrees F (0 degrees C), with lows in the low 60s and high 70s in some areas.

During the day, the dew point will be 44 degrees for most of Starkville, with highs in the mid-70s to low 80s for much of the county.

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