A Tornado Watch has also been issued for much of central Mississippi through 10 p.m. Monday. Storms could be strong enough to produce quick, spin-up tornadoes. These storms could contain gusty winds, hail, pockets of heavy rain and isolated tornadoes.
A Tornado Warning issued around 8 p.m. Monday for Holmes, Madison and Yazoo counties has been canceled.
Track the storms as they move across the state on the Interactive Radar.
The cold front will be pushing east after midnight and the weather should improve by Tuesday morning.
Get an hourly breakdown of the day's forecast from the First Alert Weather App on your iPhone or Android. Flash flooding will be likely in low lying areas and the active river flood warnings will stay in place as well. Wind advisories may also be active during the early evening hours between 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Winds will push directly from the south at 10-15+ mph at the very least; overnight lows in the mid 40s.
Early morning showers are possible, but we're not expecting an all day wash out by any means for Tuesday. We'll have a 30% chance of showers that shouldn't last beyond the mid morning hours. Highs will only climb to the lower 50s with partly sunny skies. The rest of the week should stay dry with a few clouds.
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