It’s Raining Carrots in Australia!

The australian wildfires have been devastating to people, property, and especially wildlife. Heavy rains last week finally brought some good news and relief from the wildfires. A couple weeks ago, a program was launched called Operation Rock Wallaby in New South Wales by the National Parks and Wildlife Service. This program is helping feed animals […]

Continue Reading

Severe Storms capable of damaging winds and Strong Tornadoes Expected for parts of LA, MS and AL Saturday

Same concerns and evolving weather pattern exist early this morning with regards to the advertised, substantial risk of severe thunderstorms across our region late Friday night through the early afternoon hours Saturday.   Southwest mid to upper level flow will prevail across the central Gulf coast region as a potent shortwave trough moves southeast then […]

Continue Reading

Strong to Severe Storms in the Deep South this Weekend that may produce a few Strong Tornado’s

A multi-day severe weather episode is expected Day 4-5/Fri-Sat from the TX, LA into the Deep South vicinity. An intense mid/upper trough over the Four Corners and northwest Mexico early on Friday will eject eastward into the southern Plains by 12z Saturday. At the surface, low pressure will develop over TX and shift east/northeast toward […]

Continue Reading

FLASH FLOOD WATCH IS CANCELLED

58 AM CST Fri Jan 3 2020 …FLASH FLOOD WATCH IS CANCELLED… The Flash Flood Watch for portions of north central Mississippi, northwest Mississippi, south central Mississippi and southeast Mississippi has been cancelled. Additional rainfall amounts today are not expected to result in flooding.   Sunflower-Leflore-Washington-Lawrence-Jefferson Davis-Covington- Including the cities of Indianola, Ruleville, Greenwood, Greenville, […]

Continue Reading