Hail was reported in Warren, Yazoo, Amite, Hinds, Rankin, Madison, Scott, Smith and Leake counties from at least three storm cells that showed large "hail cores" on radar.
Here is the official damage report from MEMA:
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency in Pearl sustained damages from severe storms and large hail.
Much of the agency’s fleet of vehicles sustained extensive damage from the golf ball to tennis ball sized hail. The agency is working to conduct a thorough assessment of damages to the State Emergency Operations Center, including any possible damage to the building and equipment. This assessment will be completed by tomorrow afternoon.
Seventeen counties have reported damages or impacts related to severe weather to MEMA.
The counties reporting damages are as follows:
- Amite: Reports of large hail.
- Calhoun: Trees and power lines down.
- Chickasaw: Trees and power lines down.
- Clay: Trees down throughout the county.
- Grenada: At least one home damaged. Trees and power lines down.
- Hinds: Homes and public buildings damaged. Large hail reported.
- Itawamba: At least one home damaged, and one road closed.
- Lawrence: Reports of large hail.
- Lee: Trees down throughout the county.
- Lowndes: Trees and power lines down.
- Monroe: Trees down throughout the county.
- Neshoba: Three homes with minor damage.
- Rankin: Dozens of homes damaged. Large hail reported.
- Tallahatchie: A few homes damaged.
- Tishomingo: Trees down.
- Union: Several homes and buildings damaged. Trees down throughout the county.
- Warren: At least one home damaged. Trees down.
Now here are some of your accounts that you shared through the News Mississippi Facebook page:
My rear windshield is completely gone, a big dent by my front tailgate, cracked areas on my front windshield, water damage, and my speakers are gone. Needless to say, I had one heck of a panic attack.
Windows blown out, water in the carpets, siding and roof swiss cheesed, oh and car looks like the mafia wacked it with baseball bats