Stay weather aware today. There is a Tornado Watch for Hancock, Harrison, and Jackson Counties until 10 PM and a Flash Flood Watch for South Mississippi through 1 AM.
An organized complex of strong to severe thunderstorms arrives by this evening. We’ll be watching for threats like flash flooding, straight-line thunderstorm wind gusts topping 60 to 70 miles per hour, large hail, and isolated tornadoes this evening through tomorrow morning. Behind that complex, a some scattered showers and thunderstorms may then redevelop tomorrow morning.
While there is still a low risk for some strong to severe storms on Wednesday morning, we should see lower rain chances by tomorrow afternoon and evening. Drier air with lower humidity arrives by Thursday.