Officials Watching Severe Storm Potential

Stormy weather moved through Mississippi and Alabama Tuesday, with several severe thunderstorm warnings popping up across the area.

Wednesday is expected to bring a more significant threat of severe weather. It means most of east Mississippi is under threat for some kind of severe weather.

Emergency officials in Lauderdale County say they are watching the weather, and getting ready for what could come.

March is traditionally the busiest month of the year for tornadoes in Mississippi.


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  • by jamie Location: meridian on Mar 14, 2010 at 09:32 AM
    wanda nichols: they are somewhere away from you. tucked away from you and your nosey donkey! and if they hear of a hurricane wanda they go into witness protection, in the doomsday vault. fearing it may be you.
  • by Wanda Nichols Location: Meridian , Ms on Mar 10, 2010 at 07:05 AM
    Where are the people of that bad tarnado March 10, 1992 today. How does the mention of bad weather effect them?
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