FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON: ...HARD FREEZE WARNING IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT THURSDAY NIGHT TO 6 AM CST SUNDAY...* WHAT...Sub-freezing temperatures as low as 7 degrees fahrenheit in the north to as low as 13 degrees fahrenheit in the south are possible.*... Read More.
The storm surveys following this week’s tornado outbreak in Mississippi have just begun. And already, the National Weather Service has confirmed the state’s second-longest tornado this year. The EF-2 storm was on the ground for 25 miles through portions of Jasper, Newton and Lauderdale... Read More.
Even though the thunderstorm supercell which moved directly over Kosciusko Tuesday night didn't produce a tornado in the city, it did so later in the evening as it tracked to the northeast. The National Weather Service says the same supercell was responsible for an... Read More.
A week after Thanksgiving, Kosciusko should still be counting its blessings. The National Weather Service says a thunderstorm supercell which moved across the city Tuesday night had the potential to produce a strong tornado—in the EF-2 to EF-3 range—had it touched down.“That storm as... Read More.
The National Weather Service has confirmed tornado touchdowns in Leake and Neshoba counties. An EF-0 tornado with top winds of 85 miles an hour hit west of Carthage Wednesday before moving into the city. The tin roof of a house was peeled back and... Read More.
After getting through January, February and the first three weeks of March without a single tornado in Mississippi, the state has been battered by 89 over a period of less than four weeks. That includes 27 tornadoes on March 22nd, 29 on March 30th,... Read More.
A National Weather Service survey team today plans to inspect Wednesday’s storm damage in Attala and Leake counties to determine if it was caused by a tornado—and if so, how strong that storm might have been. Already, ten tornadoes have been confirmed in Mississippi,... Read More.