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Severe Weather Expected This Afternoon

JACKSON, MISS– The National Weather Service predicts severe weather across the state today, including hail, high winds and a potential for strong tornadoes. 

In North Mississippi, heavy rains could bring about flash flooding, as waters are still high from record flooding in March. That storm system will move later this afternoon and last through the evening.

In the Western portion of Mississippi is where you’ll find the greatest threat for severe storms and tornadoes. East of Greenwood, Vicksburg and Natchez, a limited threat exists for heavy rain, wind, tornadoes and hail.

North and Central Mississippi could see the strongest of the storms between 2pm and midnight. Southern Mississippi will see the impacts of the storm system between 6pm and 4am Tuesday.

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