July 25, 2021

The hurricane is blowing through central Mississippi

A hurricane swept through Mississippi on Sunday, tearing down trees and clearing residents of chaos. The National Weather Service will assess damaged areas Monday to determine the number of confirmed hurricanes that passed through central Mississippi. Several hurricane warnings were confirmed on the ground with several hurricanes. In the afternoon a large wedge hurricane was seen east of the city of Yasuo. At 7:30 p.m., another hurricane was confirmed in Byram. Supercell headed north-east to Brandon. A house tree was damaged. No one was injured. A resident who wanted to remain anonymous described the incident. “It happened so fast. I was in the garage when the announcement came that I needed shelter. Before the loud roar could be heard my family went to our safe place. We got inside and the debris started to fly around the house. We had trees down and some windows shattered.” Jackson-Medker A funnel cloud was confirmed from the same super cell just south of Evers International Airport. In Holmes County, another hurricane was confirmed on the ground. The National Weather Service will assess damaged areas Monday to determine the number of confirmed hurricanes that passed through central Mississippi.

A hurricane swept through Mississippi on Sunday, tearing down trees and clearing residents of chaos.

The National Weather Service will assess the damaged areas Monday to determine the number of confirmed hurricanes that passed through central Mississippi.

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Several hurricane warnings were confirmed on the ground with several hurricanes.

A large wedge hurricane was seen east of Yasuo city in the afternoon.

At 7:30 p.m., another hurricane was confirmed in Byram. The supercell headed northeast towards Brandon. A house tree was damaged. No one was injured. A resident who wanted to remain anonymous described the incident.

“It happened so fast. I was in the garage when the announcement came that I needed shelter. Before I could hear the loud roar my family went to our safe place. As soon as we entered the house the debris started to fly around. We had trees under and some of the windows shattered.”

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A funnel cloud was confirmed from the same super cell south of Jackson-Medker Evers International Airport.

In Holmes County, another hurricane was confirmed on the ground.

The National Weather Service will assess the damaged areas Monday to determine the number of confirmed hurricanes that passed through central Mississippi.