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Survey: Losses from late April storms could reach $1B

May 8, 2014

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According to a report from a global reinsurance firm, the late April storm system that caused widespread damage and fatalities in Mississippi and 19 other states could be the world’s first billion-dollar storm of 2014. Impact Forecasting, the catastrophe model development center at Chicago-based Aon Benfield, has released the latest edition of its monthly Global […]

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After ice and snow, state facing new weather threat

February 20, 2014

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After weeks of severe winter weather, state officials are now bracing for spring-like storms. The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is monitoring the threat of a severe weather system forecast to move through the state this afternoon and evening. The National Weather Service says damaging wind gusts, quarter sized hail and tornadoes could threaten the entire […]

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NWS issues flood advisory on Coast; threat could extend into weekend

September 19, 2013

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The National Weather Service has issued a coastal flood advisory for Hancock County through 7 p.m. today. However, there is a chance that a coastal flood threat could extend into the weekend. According to NWS, persistent east winds have caused water build-up that could cause minor coastal flooding in eastern-facing shorelines in the county. It […]

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Another blow? State could see more severe weather

April 17, 2013

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It has been a stormy start to the year here in Mississippi, and that trend looks to continue tomorrow. In fact, we could see our stormiest day yet. A massive storm front is now pushing its way through parts of Oklahoma and Kansas, and has the Magnolia State in its sites. Currently, the National Weather […]

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