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Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County Emergency Management officials, already working together due to COVID-19, are collaborating in a unified command to stay up-to-date with the National Weather Service and state reports regarding Hurricane Laura and respond accordingly. Towns to the east of Hopkins County were expected to take the brunt of the hurricane, which had increased in intensity to a Category 4. Predictions for Hopkins County earlier this evening were for chances of high winds and localized flooding Thursday. However, Sulphur Springs...read more
Our forecast for Sulphur Springs calls for nearly an inch of rain on Wednesday and into Thursday. Overnight temperatures may fall below freezing, and there is a possibility of icy roads and sidewalks. Any ice should disappear by noon as the temperature forecast for Wednesday should reach the mid 40’s. Stay tuned to KSST 1230 AM in case of severe weather.read more
30% chance of showers early morning; High: 48; Low: 41; Wind: North, northwest 5-10 mphread more
40% chance of showers tonight; Patchy fog before 10 a.m.; High: 64; Low: 44; Wind: Southeast then north around 5 mphread more
100% chance of precipitation; High: 69; Low: 38; Wind: West, southwest 10-15 mph, increasing to 20-25 mph, gusts to 35read more
70% chance of percipitation with patchy fog and drizzle; High: 51; Low: 51; Wind: East 5-10 mphread more