I had a little hail from that storm but nothing too bad. Hopefully this remains a broadly rotating system and moves along.
Note: No sirens heard at my house in far south central Madison county, guess I have to rely on my NOAA weather radio, talkweather and radar as long as I live here.
that Lacey springs storm came right over my house in Hobbs Island. I thought for sure there was a tornado down just south of me. We had all the tell tell signs with a sudden uptick of crazy cloud to ground lightning and there was definite lowering of the clouds with a dark rain shield below. Thought it might of been a rain wrapped tornado. Before I got in my safe place the wind shifted toward where the tornado would have been. Probably the closest I’ve been to an actual tornado warned circulation going over my house. Wooo
Seems like SPC has dropped the idea of strong tornadoes.
The severe weather threat for Tornado Watch 13, 15, 16 continues.
SUMMARY...Threat for damaging wind gusts and perhaps a brief tornado
will continue across central/east-central MS and west-central AL for
the next few hours.
DISCUSSION...Regional radar imagery reveals two somewhat more
organized storm clusters, one moving through Calhoun county MS and
the other in Holmes and Carroll counties in central MS. Downstream
air mass, particularly immediately downstream of the Holmes/Carroll
cluster, appears favorable for storm persistence and perhaps
strengthening. In this area, a corridor of slightly higher dewpoints
(i.e. around 64 deg F) exists amidst moderate southerly surface
winds and strong vertical shear. Storm motion of both of these
storms is northeasterly at 45 kt, taking them to the MS/AL border
around 00Z. A extension in time will be needed for a few southern
counties Tornado Watch 13 given its current expiration time of 23Z.