National Weather Service: Some storm damage caused by tornado
NATCHEZ — The National Weather Service in Jackson confirmed Thursday that some storm damage in the Natchez area was caused by a tornado.
Meteorologist Mike Edmondston said a National Weather Service team visited Adams County Thursday morning to assess the damage in Natchez and the surrounding areas.
“There will be confirmed tornado damage,” Edmondston said, “Though we don’t have all of the information yet.”
Strong storms moved across Concordia Parish and Adams County early Thursday morning when National Weather Service radar indicated the possibility of a tornado in the area. Tornado warnings were issued as a result.
Edmonston said NWS investigators are expected to file a full report of the storm’s path and the resulting damage later Thursday evening.
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