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First Alert Weather Blog. July 18, at PM. Nick Russo. Copyright WWBT. All rights reserved. Richmond, VA cancel edit. Custom locations. Richmond, VA. Scattered Clouds. Hot and humid. Partly sunny with a few showers and storms during the afternoon and evening. Partly to mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers and storms. Hourly 3 Day 10 Day Weekend. Mostly Clear. S 2 MPH. Mostly Sunny. SW 3 MPH. SW 4 MPH.SEC honoring fall scholarships to athletes who opt-out of season
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Mississippi Weekend. Submit your pics to us HERE. July 14 July WLBT - We are still feeling pretty hot this evening with most areas have heat index values at or above degrees. Still not seeing much activity on the radar this evening, but there is still an opportunity for a couple of isolated showers or storms to form until the sun sets for the day. Overnight, temperatures will cool down to around 74 degrees with mostly clear skies. Get ready for another hot and steamy day tomorrow.
Tomorrow will also be a great day to head to the pool or the Reservoir to cool off from the heat and humidity. We do have a slight chance of a few isolated showers or storms that could develop tomorrow afternoon and evening, but most majority of us are looking to stay pretty hot and dry for your Sunday. Rain chances could potentially creep up during the middle through the end of next week for a better chance of showers and storms.
Skip to content Connect. Support Local Operation Backpack St. July 18, at PM. Peyton Garrison Meteorologist. Copyright WLBT. All rights reserved. Jackson, MS cancel edit. Custom locations. Jackson, MS. Mostly to partly sunny. Few storms possible. Highs in the middle 90s. Feels like: Skip to content Connect. Support Local Operation Backpack St. First Alert Forecast: more July heat, humidity into the weekend ahead July heat and steaminess will continue into the upcoming weekend, while rain chances tend to take a back seat for a few days.
Published July 17, at PM. Thursday Night Weather Forecast Showers and thunderstorms focused on southwest Mississippi will dwindle tonight. Friday will give us another day of partly sunny skies with scattered showers in the afternoon and evening. Highs in the lower 90s. This weekend will be partly to mostly sunny and only a slight chance for a shower or. Published July 16, at PM. First Alert Forecast: Hot, muggy weekend ahead! Hot, sticky July weather continues; rain chance remain Thursday - fading into the upcoming weekend.
Wednesday Night Weather Forecast We hit 95 degrees today, but the humidity was just slightly lower than yesterday, which gave us a heat index or feels like temperature of Expect a little more humidity to work it's way into the picture over the coming days and there will be a slightly better chance for showers and thunderstorm. Published July 15, at PM. First Alert Forecast: Hot, muggy, stormy at times Summer heat, humidity continue to plague the forecast today; summer storms could mix in at times.
Tuesday Night Weather Forecast Thunderstorms are popping up across the area, but will die off this evening before midnight. It was a little more humid today with the same exact high temperature as yesterday. We reached 96 degrees in the shade, but the heat index was degrees.
It reached degrees yesterday for the heat in. Published July 14, at PM. Peyton's Saturday Evening Forecast. Peyton's Saturday Morning Forecast.
Rachel's Friday Afternoon Forecast. Rachel's Thursday Afternoon Forecast. First Alert Forecast: steamy July weather continues into weekend. Rachel's Wednesday Afternoon Forecast. Continued Coverage. A heat advisory is in effect for the dangerous weather. It might be needed again Wednesday. Dangerous heat and humidity will present across the area.
Expect highs in the middle and upper 90s for the rest of the week. The heat index will be over degrees Tuesday. Published July 13, at PM. First Alert Forecast: summer heat wave to continue this week Sizzling summer heat wave persists over central Mississippi through the week ahead. Highs tomorrow will warm to near 95 with heat index values up to Published July 12, at PM.As we get closer to the possibility of severe weather moving into the region - this is a good time to make sure your alerts are turned on your phone.
For the b If you have a fixed location, you will only get warnings for that specific location. Heading out to the pool today will definitely be the move! We could see a few isolated showers or storms later on today, but most spots will stay dry. Have a great day everyone! Summer downpours for a few to knock down the dust in Metro Jackson today - expect rain chances to, generally, be the exception to a mainly dry rule for the weekend.
I know my post earlier today talked about not seeing many scenes like Dooley the Bull, rainbows and lightning this weekend. Well, no bull in downtown Jackson, but rainbows and lightning - we got some of that to round out Friday.
Don't expect many scenes like this during the weekend ahead as rain chances take a backseat to July heat and humidity. Heavy rain, gusty winds, frequent lightning all expected as these storms continue to move SW through our area! WOW - when it comes to sunsets, Summer remains unmatched.
The decaying storms, east of the Reservoir, being lit by the setting sun Wednesday evening. More view Look northwest just above the horizon. Let's hope clouds don't get in the way.
That about covers it. What to expect: wlbt. Alert Day Forecast: wlbt. Rain chances will remain isolated in nature this week and temperatures remain high as our heat wave continues.
Details: wlbt. This one, was about 40 miles south of Jackson last night. Summer thunderstorm peeking from behind the towering Jackson skyline on a Sunday evening. Good morning everyone! Heat Advisories and Excessive Heat Warnings are issued today for the likelihood of dangerous heat and humidity.
Highs today will warm to the mid 90's, but heat indices will climb to around degrees. Take it easy outdoors and stay hydrated! Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility help.
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Evaluate your potential for cost savings and business benefits by adopting Mobile at Scale. Sponsored links Get The Register's Headlines in your inbox daily - quick signup. Odds are a numerical expression, usually expressed as a pair of numbers, used in both gambling and statistics. In statistics, the odds for or odds of some event reflect the likelihood that the event will take place, while odds against reflect the likelihood that it will not.
In gambling, the odds are the ratio of payoff to stake, and do not necessarily reflect exactly the probabilities. Odds are expressed in several ways (see below), and sometimes the term is used incorrectly to mean simply the probability of an event.
In both gambling and statistics, the 'odds' are a numerical expression of the likelihood of some possible event. In gambling, odds represent the ratio between the amounts staked by parties to a wager or bet. In simplest terms, 6 to 1 odds means if you bet a dollar (the "1" in the expression), and you win you get paid six dollars (the "6" in the expression), or 6 x 1. If you bet two dollars you would be paid twelve dollars, or 6 x 2.
If you bet three dollars and win, you would be paid eighteen dollars, or 6 x 3. If you bet one hundred dollars and win you would be paid six hundred dollars, or 6 x 100. Of course if you lose any of those bets you would lose the dollar, or two dollars, or three dollars, or one hundred dollars. One drawback of expressing the uncertainty of this possible event as odds for is that to regain the probability requires a calculation.
The natural way to interpret odds for (without calculating anything) is as the ratio of events to non-events in the long run. A simple example is that the (statistical) odds for rolling six with a fair die (one of a pair of dice) are 1 to 5.
This is because, if one rolls the die many times, and keeps a tally of the results, one expects 1 six event for every 5 times the die does not show six. For example, if we roll the fair die 600 times, we would very much expect something in the neighborhood of 100 sixes, and 500 of the other five possible outcomes. That is a ratio of 100 to 500, or simply 1 to 5.
To express the (statistical) odds against, the order of the pair is reversed.