Storms headed for the Miss-Lou

Published 10:47 am Monday, January 8, 2024

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NATCHEZ — Storms are on the way for the Miss-Lou. National Weather Service in Jackson issued a wind advisory for Monday and Tuesday.

NWS warns damaging wind gusts of 60 mph could hit Monday night. The storms could produce tornadoes in Adams County, Wilkinson County, Franklin County, Jefferson County, Claiborne County and Concordia Parish according to NWS. Storms could hit between 6 pm to 11 am.

Flash flooding could strike Monday night with rainfall around one to three inches in the forecast and more expected in localized rain events. Roads maybe be closed and structures may become inundated. Be cautious around low lying areas and bodies of water.

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NWS Jackson warns the flash flooding could be between 6 pm Monday night and 4 am Tuesday. Remember to turn around and don’t drown if you are driving and encounter a flooded roadway. Flood water could wash out the road underneath, disable a vehicle or sweep it away.

Sustained winds of 20 to 25 mph could hit Monday and Tuesday causing downed trees and power lines. The danger is in gusts that will reach 30-50 mph. Temperatures will plunge to 29 degrees Tuesday night.

More severe weather is forecast for later this week but NWS Jackson did not have any more specifics. Check back for more updates on the developing storms.

Stay weather alert and check back for more updates on the storms before, during and after they hit. Submit any pictures or videos of weather events to The Natchez Democrat by emailing