Saturday, May 2, 2009

Sunday, not very quiet

A boundary has definitely claimed it's territory over North Central Mississippi today, but the system never made it's way south of Jackson. This was a good thing for many of us that were outside enjoying the weather at festivals and such. I'll expect things to change tomorrow as "cold" front will swing through our region. Most model consensus is showing an afternoon through late night event. Some rain can be left behind early Monday morning, but anything thunderstorms capable of being severe will probably be before the midnight hour. Yes, we are under a slight risk of severe weather for tomorrow, but it's a tough angle to completely determine the specific realms of any supercells breaking out across the pine belt on Sunday. Stay tuned to my twitter updates and our website for any information you need to know about breaking weather news. Have a good day!

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