This week appears to be active...
A strong sub-tropical jet will be in place to deliver good upper level dynamics. This will make a difference in the two shortwave troughs sweeping through the pine belt.
Monday night and Tuesday will involve scattered showers throughout a majority of the state. Most of this will coincide with a slow moving warm front with the center of low pressure circulates into the central plains.
The stronger system will transpire late Tuesday night and into Wednesday. A well stacked low pressure system will cut through the lower mississippi river valley, and the dynamics will be available for potential severe weather. As of now, I believe the main threat will be hail and wind, but National Weather Service in Jackson is already hyping the tornado potential as well. We will keep watching Wednesday to make sure the specific threats.