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Heads Up on the Weather, When Strong Storms Could Happen

JACKSON, Miss.–You could see some hail and some strong winds, starting Wednesday morning. Even though severe storms could happen, forecasters were not expecting tornadoes, or a big severe weather outbreak.

“There’s gonna be an unseasonably strong upper-level trough moving across the area, and that’s gonna bring wide-spread showers and thunderstorms Wednesday,” said National Weather Service Meteorologist Eric Carpenter. “Right now it doesn’t look like the wind shear is gonna be all that strong, so that’s gonna limit the severe weather potential.”

He said there would still be a marginal risk for hail and damaging wind gusts. The greatest risk was expected over the eastern half of the state, but all parts could get rain and storms.

Any way you cut it, you’re going to need your umbrella wednesday.

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