It’s that time of year again. When storms will crop up unexpectedly across the southeast, due to heavy moisture drifting in off the Gulf of Mexico and impacting with frontal systems riding in from the middle of the country.
While the entire state will be pockmarked with scattered, isolated thundercells, National Weather Service meteorologist Alan Campbell says tonight and this weekend could see some stronger storms as well.
“A marginal chance for a strong, to maybe severe thunderstorm, especially across northeast Mississippi. You could see some strong, gusty winds. Some in excess of 60 miles per hour” Campbell told News Mississippi.
This weekend could also see some heavy, torrential downpours north of the