FIRST ALERT: Severe Threat Overnight - - Jackson, MS

FIRST ALERT: Severe Threat Overnight

JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Strong to severe storms arrive tonight after about 10 p.m. The threat is higher over North Mississippi, but still the potential for severe weather in Central and South Mississippi.

Storms will be capable of producing gusty wind, hail, and a few tornadoes. 

The primary severe threat ends Sunday morning before sunrise, but periods of rain along some thunderstorms will continue throughout the day with temperatures struggling to pull out of the lower 60s.

Temperatures remain above average through midweek, then turning a bit cooler Thursday into the weekend, after a threat of storms again Wednesday. 

Make sure you have our First Alert Weather App downloaded and ready to go before the storms arrive tonight.

What to know ahead of severe weather:

No matter when severe weather strikes, one of the best things you can have in this situation is a NOAA weather radio.

If you have a question about how to program your weather radio, click here

You can always download the WLBT First Alert Weather app for Apple or Android device. 

Download our First Alert Weather App in your app store: 
To get the app for your iPhone or iPad, follow this link,  
To get the app in the Android Market click here.

The app includes push alerts for severe weather warnings and the ability to submit weather photos and videos. 

The alerts are sent based on the device's location, using GPS. This means you don't have to select any particular county - you are simply warned if severe.

If you don't know how to get our weather alerts, click here

You can track the storm yourself by clicking on our First Alert Interactive Radar .

Be sure you send all your weather photos to .

WLBT First Alert Weather Team:

Dave Roberts - @DaveRobertsTV

Patrick Ellis - @PatrickEllisWx

Michael Haynes - @MichaelHaynes 

Barbie Bassett - @BarbieBassettTV 

Walt Grayson

For up to the minute weather coverage and tips to stay safe, go to our First Alert Weather Facebook page and follow our meteorologists on Twitter so you can join in on the conversation.

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