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Weather Authority Alert: Severe Thunderstorm Warning expires at 8:15 PM on 4/24, issued at 7:14 PM Duck Hill, MS | Kilmichael, MS | Stewart, MS | Winona, MS

Some storms Sunday

Reported by: John Dolusic
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Updated: 11/17/2013 2:00 am
This could end up being one of the worst outbreaks for November in modern weather history.  There will be an out break of severe weather in The Ohio River Valley and many of The Great Lake states.  While, surrounding this area of severe weather potential is a slight risk area for severe weather.  This slight risk area includes North Mississippi and Western Alabama.  This basically means that we have a slim chance of seeing some Severe weather on our Sunday and into Sunday evening.  Our main threat for severe weather will be strong and gusty winds, however an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out of the question.  The greatest potential time period for our area will be during the afternoon and evening hours.  The frontal system that will cause a lot of this severe weather will move well to the southeast of North Mississippi and Western Alabama by early portions of Monday.
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