Scattered severe storms are possible with strong damaging winds in excess of 60 miles per hour the most likely threat during this event. A more active weather pattern looks to be unfolding with a storm system at least once a week if not more.
Severe storms will drench a swath of the country from Texas to MS over the next five days, according to the U.S. Skies will remain "mostly cloudy" today with the chance for showers and storms INCREASING as the day unfolds.
A large storm complex bringing rain and snow almost everywhere west of the Rockies is expected to strengthen and move across the Plains and into the South.
People across the region are hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst as severe storms sweep through the Midwest and southern states.
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Yet another round of severe weather is possible from a new storm system Sunday and Monday in parts of the Plains and South, the Weather Channel said.
Warmer temps are on the way Friday as our next cold front helps ramp up a southerly wind flow. Central Mississippi might have to contend with more severe weather on each of those days. A few light showers and a stray thunderstorm could develop as early as the late morning, but will more than likely wait until after midday.
Despite the cloud cover and pending rain chances, temperatures will fight back into the lower/middle 70s today. This will flare up another round of scattered showers and storms pushing across the state; once again, the possibility will exist for a few of these storms to be on the stronger side with the primary threat again being strong winds, through hail and a spin-up tornado can not be ruled out.
Rain chances return midweek, with a 50 percent chance on Wednesday.