"As it's getting its act together tomorrow, temperatures are gonna be warm, humidity is gonna increase," he said, "winds are gonna be blowing really high most of the day and into the evening. Even before the storms we're probably gonna see wind gusts of up to 30 to 40 mph."
Entermont said that a line of strong to severe storms will come together and move across the entire state. Even though it's gonna be a quick moving line, it may take a while to get all the way through Mississippi.
"There's gonna be a lot of wind energy as this thing comes together. At a minimum we're looking at a line of storms with the main risk being damaging winds, with 80 mph winds. There could be some tornadoes also. Due to the high energy and wind shear, there definitely could be a strong tornado.
He called the threat a possible significant severe weather episode.