First Alert: Tornado Warnings expire in several Mid-South counties

First Alert: Tornado Warnings expire in several Mid-South counties

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - A cold front moving into the Mid-South Monday brought scattered showers, thunderstorms and even a few Tornado Warnings in northern Mississippi.

TIMING: The main line of severe storms will move from west to east between 5 and 11 p.m. Storms will start north of I-40 around 5 or 6 and then move into Shelby County by 8 p.m. This line will bring strong storms into northeast Mississippi between 9 and 11 p.m. The line will finally push east of our area by midnight.

THREATS: The primary threat will be damaging wind gusts. Everyone will also have heavy rain and lightning. Although the threat is low, there is potential for hail or a tornado to develop. Northeast Mississippi will be the area with the greatest threat for tornadoes tonight.

Much of the Mid-South is under an enhanced severe weather risk.
Much of the Mid-South is under an enhanced severe weather risk. (WMC Action News 5)

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