NWS: No Tornado Touchdown in Scott County

The widespread storm damage in eastern Scott County and western Newton County late Tuesday night was the result of straight-line winds, not a tornado.  That's what the National Weather Service is saying after a survey team inspected the damage in and around Forest and... Read More.

Update: Tornado in Clinton but Not in Leake

The Clinton area and Leake County were both under tornado warnings Monday night.  And while the National Weather Service has confirmed an EF-1 tornado in Clinton, it's found no evidence of a touchdown in Leake.  It appears that the tree damage in the county... Read More.


Tornado Touchdown Confirmed in Leake County

The National Weather Service says a weak tornado touched down Monday night east of Ofahoma.  An NWS survey team says the EF-zero storm was on the ground briefly with an estimated windspeed of 76 miles an hour, snapping one tree and uprooting another near... Read More.

One Killed, Many Injured in Jasper Tornado

Damage in Louin from Sunday night tornado  Most of the storms Mississippi has been dealing with since last week have been packing straight-line winds.  But last night, the weather system that’s been locked into the state produced an outbreak of tornadoes.  And it looks like... Read More.



Scattered Damage Reported After Thursday’s Storms

A fast-moving storm system produced wind damage, hail and at least one tornado across Mississippi Thursday.  In Leake County, trees were blown down on Robinson Road near Ofahoma and along Highway 488 near Standing Pine.  There were numerous hail reports across Neshoba County.  A... Read More.

NWS: Long-Track Tornado Confirmed in East-Central MS

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.