GREENVILLE, Miss.–A front that brought tornadoes to Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas during the day Sunday and overnight will move toward Mississippi today, bringing the opportunity for some severe storms. But, the front may be weakening slightly.
“It’s been slowing down and starting to weaken,” said Chad Entremont, National Weather Service Meteorologist.
“Once we get some opportunity to warm up during the day, we’ll see activity fire up. It doesn’t look like we’ll see a big line, but we’ll see scattered storms fire up.”
He said the main threat is for north and central, though other parts of the state should be on the lookout.
Entremont said he thinks the system will mainly last through the day today and die down overnight. He said it did not appear that Tuesday would be a big severe weather day.