Some of the people who witnessed the tornado devastation in Rolling Fork and Silver City back in March couldn't believe that the storm didn't earn the highest classification-- EF-5. The National Weather Service called it an EF-4 with top winds initially estimated at 170... Read More.
Winds up to 70 miles an hour, heavy rain and hail the size of baseballs tore through Mississippi Sunday, less than 48 hours after three tornadoes devastated parts of Sharkey, Humphreys, Carroll and Monroe counties. Although the stormy weather affected recovery efforts in some... Read More.
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.
One person was killed Friday morning when a tree fell on a vehicle in Yazoo County as strong winds blew through Mississippi. Three others were injured by falling trees in two other parts of the state.Yazoo County Emergency Management Director Jack Willingham says the... Read More.
Happy Monday! Temperatures are mainly in the upper-60s to start our brand new work week. A cold front will be arriving from the west today and bring with it our first organized severe weather potential of the season. The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted... Read More.