Severe Storm Causes Widespread Damage in Leake County

Residents of Leake County were met with extensive damage on Tuesday evening, April 9, as severe storms swept through the area, leaving a trail of fallen trees in their wake.Reports indicate that trees were down across the entire county, obstructing roadways and posing significant... Read More.

MDOT urges public to prepare for severe weather

JACKSON, MISS. – The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) is working to spread awareness about the importance of preparing for potential severe weather in Mississippi. To further prepare Mississippians for severe weather season in March, April and May, Gov. Tate Reeves declared... Read More.

Friday Storms Cause Power Outages

A combination of morning storms and gusty winds blew down trees and power lines across the state Friday.   As of noon, almost 44,000 outages were being reported including 1,758 in Attala County, 1,586 in Leake County and 347 in Neshoba County.   By 9 pm... Read More.

Severe Storms Produce Scattered Damage, Large Hail

There wasn't much wind damage reported in Mississippi after severe storms swept through the state yesterday and last night.   In Lauderdale County, a roof was damaged and power lines were knocked down in Monroe County.  Trees were blown down in Columbus and Starkville.   And... Read More.

Severe Weather, Alarms and Accidents in Neshoba.

 Wednesday, 5/26/2212:45 a.m. - Philadelphia Police were called to a domestic disturbance on Hy 16 E.1:51 a.m. - Philadelphia Police responded to the report of female fighting in the street on Ivy Street.2:23 a.m. - Philadelphia Police were sent to a burglar alarm activation... Read More.

Severe Weather Threat Now At Level-4 For Wednesday

The National Weather Service is ramping up the threat of severe weather in Mississippi Wednesday.  It's posted a Level-4 "moderate" risk for damaging winds and tornadoes.  After severe storms last week produced an outbreak of 27 mostly weak tornadoes, the main concern this time... Read More.