Over at least the last two weeks, Mississippi has been dealing with occasional severe storms including tornadoes along with periods of heavy rainfall and that trend is expected to continue into early
The second killer U.S. tornado this year has been confirmed in Texas along with four other tornadoes across the South from severe storms on Thursday.
Nearly two weeks after five tornadoes including a powerful EF-4 tornado tore across South Mississippi, the National Weather Service (NWS) has confirmed more tornadoes from storms Thursday night.
Apart from the damage inflicted to numerous buildings on the University of Southern Mississippi campus, officials say dozens of trees that shaped the landscape, were destroyed in the powerful Hatties
Several possible tornadoes caused damage from East Texas to Mississippi and left one person dead, according to emergency management officials.
A plane en route from Chicago to Mississippi was struck by lightning before landing late Thursday afternoon.
Just over a week after five tornadoes tore across South Mississippi including the Hattiesburg area, more severe storms including tornadoes are possible for the region.
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It has rained a lot across Mississippi since December and so much so that many cities including the capital city are reporting one of their wettest winter seasons on record.
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