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Weather Authority Alert: Frost Advisory expires at 9:00 AM on 4/17, issued at 2:29 PM Belmont, MS | Burnsville, MS | Corinth, MS | Dennis, MS

Some strong to severe storms are possible.

Reported by: John Dolusic
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Updated: 6/09/2013 8:38 am
Plenty of moist Gulf of Mexico air has moved back into North Mississippi and Western Alabama over the last 24 hours.  We will see areas of rain and thunderstorms continue in the weather forecast for the next few days.  Some of the storms will be on the hefty side with some strong/gusty winds and some hail.  An isolated tornado or two cannot be ruled out of the question.  However, tornadoes will not be too likely with this weather pattern.  All of this due once again to the moisture returning into the area, along with a frontal system headed our way.  Most of the thunderstorm activity of any significance will be during the afternoon and evening hours on our Sunday.  Chances will dwindle away gradually as we go into Monday and Tuesday, however a few stout storms cannot be ruled out.
As we dry things out this upcoming work week . . . . . we will go into full gear with the Summer weather here in the last part of Spring.  We will see high temperatures reach well into the 90s for afternoon highs.  We will see the heat index during the afternoon hours go above the 100 degree mark.  So get ready Summer is just about to kick into gear as I have mentioned.
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