RARE SNOW: It was a rare snow day across the deep South. The storm system that dumped record snow in Texas Sunday dropped a few more inches Monday across parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee. For some, power was knocked out and government offices were closed.
Here is a map of the snowfall totals from late Sunday night into Monday. A good deal of North Mississippi received more than an inch of ❄ snow ❄ with the heaviest amounts south of Tupelo. Enough for excellent ⛄⛄⛄ production. #tnwx #mswx #mowx #arwx #midsouthwx
RARE SNOW: It was a rare snow day across the deep South The storm system that dumped record snow in Texas Sunday dropped a few more inches Monday across parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee For some, power was knocked out and government offices were closed
A winter storm blew across Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi on Sunday, coating the region with a blanket of snow, forcing some school and government office closures, and fostering some play time for adults and children alike.
It wasn't just Texas that had snowfall over the weekend. In addition to the Lone Star State, the winter storm blew across Louisiana and Mississippi on Sunday.
Coronavirus in Mississippi: 2,214 new cases, 22 deaths reported Sunday
The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 2,214 new cases of the coronavirus and 22 coronavirus-related deaths on Sunday.
WATCH: The first FedEx truck carrying the initial shipments of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine left a distribution center in Mississippi on Sunday.
Mississippi Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith joked about going "front row" to a "public hanging" in a video posted to Twitter on Sunday morning, prompting her African-American opponent to call her comment "reprehensible."
A severe-weather outbreak is expected across much of the Deep South today, Sunday April 19, 2020, with the greatest threat across east Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. Several rounds of thunderstorms will bring tornadoes (some strong), damaging wind, large hail
Analysis continues on damage caused by two long track strong to violent tornadoes that tracked from southern Mississippi through eastern Mississippi on Easter Sunday. Here is the latest information:
There is a moderate risk (Level 4/5) of severe weather tomorrow (Sunday) in northeast Louisiana, central Mississippi, and western Alabama. The primary hazards will include tornadoes, damaging winds and large hail. A scientific discussion can be found here