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Severe Storms Hit Miss.: Hail and Wind Threat Into Tuesday

GRENADA, Miss.–If you live in Grenada or Carroll counties you might have seen a hail storm Sunday, with some hail up to golf ball size. If you live in the Hwy. 82 area, you probably got some wind and rain overnight into Monday morning. If you live in Mississippi, the severe weather threat is not over.

“There was a two-inch report of hail to the southeast of Elliot (Grenada County),” said National Weather Service Meteorologist Mike Edmunston.

“There was another estimate of an inch and three quarters around the same area.”

He said there was still an active line of storms training over the Hwy. 82 area, causing flooding to be a problem Monday morning.

Edmunston said that the threat of severe storms would be back both Monday and Tuesday afternoons as unstable air combined with daytime heating.

The Monday threat includes mainly the north half of the state, while Tuesday’s threat includes most of Mississippi.

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