Hazardous Weather Outlook National Weather Service Jackson MS 410 AM CDT Tue Apr 3 2018 MSZ064>066-072>074-040915- Jefferson Davis-Covington-Jones-Marion-Lamar-Forrest- 410 AM CDT Tue Apr 3 2018 This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of south central Mississippi, and southeast Mississippi. .DAY ONE...Today and Tonight SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS THREAT...Slight TIMING...Tonight Severe thunderstorms... Read More.
A light freeze is expected on Friday morning especially across areas along and east of a line from Grenada to Morton to Laurel. Areas of frost are expected mainly across those areas. Elsewhere, patchy frost will be possible Friday morning, especially along and east of the Mississippi River. After... Read More.
Rain is expected to increase through the day today, and especially into tonight, as a tropical disturbance moves closer to the Gulf Coast. Flooding potential will slowly increase with totals of a few inches possible in some spots by later tonight. There is a Flash Flood Watch for the... Read More.
The following local area schools have been delayed today, Monday, April 3rd due to severe weather: Columbia and Marion County Schools are delayed 1 hour. Columbia Academy delayed until 10am. Prentiss Christian School delayed until 9am. Jefferson Davis County Schools are delayed 1 hour. Lawrence County Schools will continue... Read More.
This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of central Mississippi, east central Mississippi, south central Mississippi, and southeast Mississippi. .DAY ONE...The rest of Today and Tonight SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS THREAT...Slight TIMING...remainder of today FLOODING THREAT...Limited TIMING...remainder of today Some severe thunderstorms are possible through mid afternoon along and just ahead... Read More.
THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF EAST CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI...AND SOUTH CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI. .DAY ONE...TONIGHT AND MONDAY TORNADOES THREAT...ELEVATED TIMING...MONDAY SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS THREAT...ELEVATED TIMING...MONDAY FLOODING THREAT...LIMITED TIMING...MONDAY LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL OF TWO TO THREE INCHES IN A SHORT AMOUNT OF TIME OVER WET SOILS FROM PREVIOUS RAINFALL MAY... Read More.
The prolonged period of dryness the area is observing has led to parched vegetation and an increased fire weather threat. According to area forestry commissions and the United States forest service. These conditions have made outdoor burning increasingly hazardous. The combination of dry vegetation and daytime relative humidity values... Read More.