Flooding in Louisville (photo credit: Elanie Porter)VIDEO: The National Weather Service declared a flash flood emergency for Winston County Thursday morning after reports that several roads were flooded or washed out in the Louisville area and that water was entering some structures. Some... Read More.
The director of the National Hurricane Center says it's important for everyone in Mississippi to be prepared for tropical weather-- even those of us who live a long way from the coast. Michael Brennan was in Jackson Wednesday as part of the Hurricane Awareness... Read More.
This week's heavy rain has triggered river flood warnings across the area but mostly minor flooding is occurring. Tuscolameta Creek near Walnut Grove has crested at a moderate flood stage, about seven and a half feet above flood stage. But the Pearl River at... Read More.
Wednesday, 8/25/22 7:40 p.m. - Philadelphia Police reponed to the report of a red truck with someone standing on top in the water near Canal Place.9:14 p.m. - Philadelphia Police made a call about flooding near Hwy. 15 and a Road called Cooper Williams.11:31 p.m.... Read More.
Due to flooded roads and the continued rain, the following offices and schools are closed. Refresh throughout the day for the latest information and additional closures and early releases.Leake Academy closed all dayWalnut Grove Public Library closed all day9:30 a.m. - Walnut Grove... Read More.
Leake Academy has cancelled classes for today (Wednesday) due to the weather.Several roads in the area are flooding and the rain is expected to continue throughout the day.Continue to monitor Kicks96news for weather updates.
As a tropical disturbance lifts across Mississippi Friday night through Saturday, flash flooding will be possible for areas along and southeast of Natchez to Jackson to the Columbus line, according to the National Weather Service in Jackson. The highest potential for flooding will... Read More.
Flash flooding is possible in to the morning. 1-2 inches of rain is possible in less than 3 hour periods. The National Weather Service of Jackson says localized flash flooding could occur, especially in low lying and urbans areas. Minor river flood is possible... Read More.
Heavy rain and flash flooding are still possible in our region. According to the National Weather Service of Jackson, "there is increasing concern for heavy rain to redevelop Sunday night and impact mainly northern portions of the Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi region as we... Read More.
Mississippi is receiving millions of federal dollars to pay for transportation needs after natural disasters.The U.S. Department of Transportation announced emergency funding for projects around the nation.Mississippi's share is more than $16 million. More than $10 million of that is to repair damage caused... Read More.
The National Weather Service is wanting residents in central and eastern Mississippi to be aware of the potential for flooding for much of this week.The NWS predicts that parts of Leake and Neshoba counties see anywhere from 2 - 3 inches of rain tonight... Read More.