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Severe Storms, Possibly Tornadoes, A Risk in Mississippi Today

JACKSON, Miss.–Be on the lookout for possible severe storms starting this afternoon in the Mississippi Delta, then moving south and east, bringing the threat to the entire state. It’s expected to move out around midnight.

“There is an elevated risk of severe storms with greater than 60 mph winds and one inch hail,” said National Weather Service Meteorologist David Cox. “There is a limited risk of tornadoes with this line. Further into northeast Mississippi, east of 55 and the further north will be more potential for tornadoes this evening.”

A wind advisory was in effect for the whole state, with strong winds expected ahead of the front all day.

He said it will be a quick moving front. News Mississippi has you covered if severe storms develop.

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