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Storm data and unusual weather phenomena.

Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena
May 2008

                                        Time       Path       Path
                                        Local/     Length     Width
Location                     Date       Standard   (Miles)    (Yards)

MISSISSIPPI, Central

  Hinds County
    3 SSE Morgans            02         1329CST
    1 SW Terry                          1332CST

  Madison County
    1 SW Flora Lane Arpt     02         1408CST
    2 W Stokes                          1410CST

  Bolivar County
    1 NE Shelby              02         1500CST
    5 E Hushpuckena                     1510CST

  Bolivar County
    1 ESE Alligator          02         1623CST
    Booga Fld
                                        1624CST
  Bolivar County
    1 SSE Francis            02         1716CST
    1 E Eldridge                        1720CST

  Bolivar County
    3 NW Waxhaw              02         1743CST
                                        1744CST
  Bolivar County
    2 W Shelby               02         1815CST
    4 E Duncan                          1838CST

  Bolivar County
    6 W Lamont               02         1824CST
    2 E Benoit                          1853CST

                             A swath of penny sized hail fell from a
                             long lived supercell which produced a
                             tornado along the Washington/Bolivar
                             line and then another tornado Between
                             Benoit and Cleveland.

  Washington County
    3 WNW Winterville        02         1832CST    1.36       50
                                        1833CST

                             Spotters viewed this tornado on the
                             ground just west of Winterville and
                             Lamont. The tornado had a little debris
                             which was thrown across a field just
                             west of Highway 1. The tornado was only
                             on the ground between 2 and 3 miles
                             with maximum winds around 85 mph. The
                             tornado did cross into extreme
                             southwest Bolivar County from far
                             northwest Washington County.

  Bolivar County
    2 W Lamont               02         1833CST    1.6        50
                                        1835CST

                             Spotters viewed this tornado on the
                             ground just west of Winterville and
                             Lamont. The tornado had a little debris
                             which was thrown across a field just
                             west of Highway l. The tornado was
                             only on the ground between 2 and 3
                             miles with maximum winds around 85
                             mph. The tornado did cross into extreme
                             southwest Bolivar County from far
                             northwest Washington County.

  Bolivar County
    4 ENE Benoit Vly Fld     02         1907CST    9.69       200
    5 WNW Cleveland                     1921CST

                             Numerous hardwood trees were snapped
                             and uprooted along the path along with
                             some power lines snapped in one
                             location. Maximum winds were around
                             105 mph.

  Bolivar County
    2 SSE Eutaw              02         1928CST
    5 W Boyle                           2006CST

  Bolivar County
    2 W Renova               02         1930CST

                             Five air conditioning units were
                             damaged by lightning which struck the
                             Bolivar County Correctional Facility.
                             All the units had to be replaced.

  Bolivar County
    Deeson                   02         2210CST
    1 N Beulah               03         0010CST

                             Repetitive thunderstorms produced
                             locally heavy rain between 4 and 6
                             inches across the northern half of
                             Bolivar County. This rainfall flooded
                             numerous fields with standing water
                             covering large portions of farmland.
                             This high water damaged and killed
                             many crops which had to be replanted.

  Leflore County
    1 S Schlater             02         2317CST

                             A portion of a metal awning was blown
                             off at a gas station.

  Washington County
    1 ESE Hollandale         02         2325CST
    3 ESE Darlove                       2330CST

  Leflore County
    1 SSE Ruby               02         2330CST

                             A few trees were blown down near Six
                             Mile Lake, one large tree was down
                             across the highway just north of Money.

  Leflore County
    1 ESE Money              02         2331CST

  Grenada County
    1 S Holcomb              02         2348CST

                             A few power lines were blown down.

  Leflore County
    1 WNW Mayday             02         2349CST    1.29       300
                                        2351CST

                             This tornado briefly touched down near
                             Morgan City. Numerous hardwood trees
                             were snapped and uprooted along the
                             short path. The most intense damage
                             occurred in a pecan grove just north
                             of the Yazoo River. One large tree fell
                             on a house causing significant damage.
                             Maximum winds were around 105 mph.

  Humphreys County
    3 NW Gooden Lake         02         2356CST
    1 N Castleman            03         0008CST

  Grenada County
    Futheyville              03         0005CST

                             A few trees were blown down, one tree
                             blocked a portion of Highway 8.

  Carroll County
    7 W Coila                03         0007CST
    3 N Me Carley                       0025CST

                             Scattered trees were blown down across
                             a large portion of central Carroll
                             County.

  Issaquena County
    3 SW New Filler          03         0035CST
    5 E Valley Park                     0108CST

  Yazoo County
    1 E Campbellsville       03         0041CST

                             Numerous large limbs were blown down
                             around Holly Bluff.

  Warren County
    1 WNW Grange Hall        03         0125CST
                                        0126CST

                             Multiple trees were blown down along
                             Grange Ferry and Fisher Ferry Roads on
                             the south side of Vicksburg.

  Jefferson County
    1 E Church Hill          03         0211CST

                             Several trees were blown down on power
                             lines.

  Madison County
    1 SE Mansdale            03         0216CST

  Leake County
    3 S St Ann               03         0236CST

                             A couple trees were blown down, one on
                             Jack Boot Road and the other blocking
                             Highway 429.

  Leake County
    1 SSE Edinburg           03         0254CST

                             A couple trees were blown down, one
                             blocked a portion of Highway 427.

  Franklin County
    1 N Roxie                03         0316CST

                             Several trees were blown down on power
                             lines.

  Lawrence County
    3 ENE Tilton             03         0326CST

                             Numerous large limbs were blown down
                             around Oak Vale.

  Smith County
    5 SSE Sylvarena          03         0330CST

                             One large pecan tree was blown down
                             across Highway 531 along with numerous
                             large limbs.

  Smith County
    2 NW Burns               03         0353CST

                             A few trees were blown down near Burns.

  Smith County
    3 SW Sylvarena           03         0421CST

                             A couple of trees were blown down near
                             the Leaf River.

  Smith County
    4 SE Center Ridge        03         0425CST

                             A few trees were blown down.

  Covington County
    1 SW Collins Jaycee      03         0430CST
    Arpt

                             A couple of trees were blown down,
                             one along Sunset Road.

  Smith County
    Taylorsville             03         0430CST

                             Several trees were blown down around
                             town.

  Clarke County
    2 W Enterprise           03         0444CST
    1 NE Stonewall                      0453CST

                             Several trees were blown down across
                             northwest Clarke County. A few were
                             down along I-50 just west of Enterprise
                             and others were down across roads
                             around Stonewall.

  Jasper County
    1 ESE Stringer           03         0444CST

                             Several trees were blown down along
                             County Road 1915 just east of Stringer.

  Lamar County
    1 SW Wardwell Station    03         0454CST

                             A couple trees were blown down in West
                             Hattiesburg.

  Jones County
    Moselle                  03         0500CST
    4 WNW Overt                         0512CST

                             Scattered trees were blown down across
                             the southern portion of Jones County.
                             One large tree was across Moselle Road.

  Clarke County
    1 S Snell                03         0504CST

                             A few trees were blown down across
                             area roads.

  Forrest County
    5 S Bonhomie             03         0517CST
    5 WNW Mc Laurin                     0520CST

                             Several trees were blown down along
                             with some downed power lines and power
                             poles. Damage occurred along Browns
                             Bridge Road and around Elks Lake.

  Jones County
    2 WNW Blodgett           03         0518CST
    2 N Ovett                           0520CST

                             Numerous trees were blown down around
                             Ovett and the Landrum Community. One
                             was down on a mobile home.

                             A large and powerful storm system
                             brought several rounds of severe
                             weather to a large section of the
                             Central United States. The Central
                             Plains were hit hard on Thursday, May
                             1st, while the Mid-South and Lower
                             Mississippi River Valley were
                             impacted on Friday, May 2nd into the
                             early morning hours of May 3rd. As this
                             severe weather episode evolved over the
                             National Weather Service Jackson, MS
                             service area, several tornadoes
                             occurred, along with large hail and
                             damaging winds.

  Bolivar County
    1 S Gunnison             10         2100CST

                             A few trees were blown down around
                             Gunnison.

  Grenada County
    3 NE Grenada Lake        10         2220CST

                             A few trees were blown down.

                             A powerful mid May storm system
                             produced a severe weather outbreak
                             across the Southern Plains, Mid-South
                             and Southeast portion of the United
                             States. The Jackson, MS service area
                             was on the southern fringe and only saw
                             some scattered storms during the late
                             evening hours of May 10th. A few of
                             these storms became severe and produced
                             scattered wind damage across the
                             northwest portion of the service area.

  Smith County
    2 S Lingle               14         1446CST

                             A few trees were blown down along
                             county road 481.

  Smith County
    1 NNE Burns              14         1449CST

                             A few trees were blown down along
                             Highway 902 just north of Burns.

  Jasper County
    Montrose                 14         1530CST

                             A few trees and power lines were blown
                             down along Highway 15.

  Rankin County
    Star                     15         0205CST

                             A home was struck by lighting in Star.
                             Some electrical damage occurred to the
                             home.

  Washington County
    1 N Glen Allan           15         0320CST
    2 ENE Woodside                      0800CST

                             Heavy rain fell across the southern and
                             southeast portion of Washington County
                             during the early morning hours of the
                             15th. This area received 3 to 5 inches
                             of rain as slow moving storms tracked
                             across the area. Many roads were
                             flooded along with 7 homes taking in
                             water.

  Humphreys County
    1 E Belzoni              15         0335CST
    3 W Carter                          0800CST

                             Heavy rain, between 3 and 6 inches,
                             fell across the southern two thirds of
                             Humphreys County. Many streets and
                             roads were flooded around Belzoni,
                             with several of them closed due to
                             high water. Many farm roads and fields
                             were under water across the southern
                             portion of the county which caused
                             damage to young crops.

  Issaquena County
    1 SE Mayersville         15         0435CST
    7 S Grace                           0835CST

                             Heavy rainfall, between 5 and 7 inches,
                             fell across most of northern Issaquena
                             County. A few homes were flooded in the
                             county along with numerous county roads
                             under water. Many farm fields were
                             partially under water which caused
                             damage to the young crops.

  Sharkey County
    1 NW Rolling Fork        15         0435CST
    1 NNW Panther Burn                  0835CST

                             Heavy rainfall, between 5 and 8 inches,
                             fell across a large portion of central
                             and northern Sharkey County. Several
                             homes were flooded around Rolling Fork
                             along with numerous county roads under
                             water. Many farm fields were partially
                             under water which caused damage to the
                             young crops.

  Yazoo County
    4 SE Bayland             15         0600CST
    3 E Patosi                          0930CST

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across the northwest portion of
                             Yazoo County. Several roads were
                             flooded along with a portion of
                             Highway 49 in the Eden Community.
                             Additionally, many farm fields were
                             partially under water which
                             damaged young crops.

  Hinds County
    3 N Nogan                15         0650CST
                                        0815CST

                             Heavy rainfall, between 2 and 3 inches,
                             fell across Downtown Jackson and caused
                             several areas to flood with many roads
                             under water.

  Issaquena County
    1 SE Fitler              15         0655CST
    New Fitler                          0800CST

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across central Issaquena County
                             and caused several roads to flood.

  Madison County
    2 SW Ridgeland           15         0715CST
    3 SE Rocky Hill                     0820CST

                             Heavy rainfall, between 2 and 4 inches,
                             fell across a portion of Madison
                             County. The south side of Highland
                             Colony Parkway was flooded by a foot
                             of water and the road was impassable.

  Smith County
    Lorena                   15         0800CST
    2 NW Klein                          0910CST

                             Heavy rainfall, between 4 and 6 inches,
                             fell across a portion of northern Smith
                             County. The heavy rain resulted in
                             several roads flooded.

  Scott County
    1 NE Morton              15         0810CST
    2 SW Independence                   1045CST

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across a large portion of southern
                             Scott County. This rainfall resulted in
                             several roads being flooded and some
                             businesses flooded in Forest.

  Marion County
    3 NE Cheraw              15         0827CST

                             A couple of trees were blown down in
                             the Lampton Community.

  Newton County
    4 E Blunts               15         0830CST
    4 SW Duffee                         1100CST

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across a good portion of Newton
                             County. Several roads, in the central
                             portion of the county, had sections
                             under water. These included McNeil,
                             Ridge, Garrison and Poplar Roads.

  Madison County
    1 W Gluckstadt           15         0845CST
                                        0930CST

                             Several inches of rain caused portions
                             of Gluckstadt Road to be covered in
                             water.

  Lamar County
    1 ESE Purvis             15         0905CST    3.46       600
    3 SE Okahola                        0909CST

                             This tornado began on the east side of
                             Purvis, here it downed some limbs and
                             small trees. The tornado intensified
                             and widened at it approached and
                             crossed Interstate 59 near Black Creek.
                             Numerous trees and large limbs were
                             snapped along the path as it moved
                             through the area between the
                             interstate and Highway 49.
                             Additionally, a couple homes and
                             outbuildings were damaged by limbs or
                             trees falling on them. The tornado
                             intensified again and narrowed as it
                             approached Highway 49 and the south
                             gate of Camp Shelby. A number of large
                             trees were downed along the highway,
                             and from there to the actual gate of
                             Camp Shelby. One large tree fell on a
                             mobile home on the east side of Highway
                             49, destroying it. Shingles were
                             pulled off a couple commercial
                             buildings along the highway as well and
                             2 power poles were snapped. This area
                             was where the tornado reached its
                             maximum intensity. As the tornado moved
                             across Camp Shelby, it remained narrow,
                             but not as intense, with winds likely
                             in the 70 to 80 mph range. The tornado
                             downed numerous large limbs and
                             sporadic trees as it moved across the
                             base. One large tree fell on base
                             quarters home, causing serious damage
                             to it, and another tree fell on a
                             vehicle, destroying it. Some other
                             minor roof damage was noted. The
                             tornado continued causing sporadic tree
                             damage as it crossed Highway 98 near
                             the Perry County line where it
                             dissipated. Maximum winds were around
                             105 mph. The total path length across
                             Lamar and Forrest Counties was 15
                             miles.

  Forrest County
    6 NNW Rock Hill          15         0909CST    11.97      600
    1 E Ragland                         0924CST

                             This tornado began on the east side of
                             Purvis, here it downed some limbs and
                             small trees. The tornado intensified
                             and widened at it approached and
                             crossed Interstate 59 near Black
                             Creek. Numerous trees and large limbs
                             were snapped along the path as it
                             moved through the area between the
                             interstate and Highway 49.
                             Additionally, a couple homes and
                             outbuildings were damaged by limbs or
                             trees falling on them. The tornado
                             intensified again and narrowed as it
                             approached Highway 49 and the south
                             gate of Camp Shelby. A number of large
                             trees were downed along the highway,
                             and from there to the actual gate of
                             Camp Shelby. One large tree fell on a
                             mobile home on the east side of Highway
                             49, destroying it. Shingles were pulled
                             off a couple commercial buildings
                             along the highway as well and 2 power
                             poles were snapped. This area was where
                             the tornado reached its maximum
                             intensity. As the tornado moved across
                             Camp Shelby, it remained narrow, but
                             not as intense, with winds likely in
                             the 70 to 80 mph range. The tornado
                             downed numerous large limbs and
                             sporadic trees as it moved across the
                             base. One large tree fell on base
                             quarters home, causing serious damage
                             to it, and another tree fell on a
                             vehicle, destroying it. Some other
                             minor roof damage was noted. The
                             tornado continued causing sporadic tree
                             damage as it crossed Highway 98 near
                             the Perry County line where it
                             dissipated. Maximum winds were around
                             105 mph. The total path length across
                             Lamar and Forrest Counties was 15
                             miles.

  Forrest County
    4 WSW Mc Laurin          15         0915CST    1.3        150
                                        0917CST

                             This tornado occurred just south of the
                             first, longer track tornado, and was
                             on the ground for just over a mile. A
                             concentrated path of trees, in a
                             convergent pattern, was blown down.
                             Additionally, half the roof of a small
                             church was peeled off.

  Forrest County
    1 ESE Petal              15         0919CST

                             A few trees were blown down off Kennedy
                             Road.
                             Multiple rounds of storms evolved over
                             the region starting late on the 14th
                             and lasted through the 15th. This
                             produced several areas of heavy
                             rainfall across the forecast area. The
                             region that experienced the greatest
                             rainfall was across Northeast
                             Louisiana, and West Central Mississippi
                             where 5 to 8 inches fell. The other
                             area of heavy rain was along Interstate
                             20, through Central and East Central
                             Mississippi. Here, 3 to 6 inches fell.
                             All this heavy rain resulted in flash
                             flooding across the area. The severe
                             weather was more scattered in nature,
                             but what did occur was mainly damaging
                             winds and located across the southern
                             half of the area.

  Lowndes County
    1 NW Caledonia           22         1051CST

  Claiborne County
    3 E Galloway             22         1453CST
                                        1454CST

  Simpson County
    4 NNE Martinville        22         1512CST

  MSZ066                     Jones

                             22         1515CST
  Rankin County
    2 WNW Puckett            22         1520CST

                             A few trees were blown down.

  Rankin County
    2 WNW Mayton             22         1525CST

                             Dime to penny sized hail fell just
                             north of Puckett.

  Madison County
  3 ENE Mansdale             22         1530CST

                             A tree and a power line were blown down
                             along Stribling Road.

  Madison County
    Livingston               22         1533CST

  Clarke County
    3 S Stonewall            22         1538CST

  Madison County
    3 W Ridgeland            22         1610CST

                             A few trees were blown down off Old
                             Agency Road.

  Madison County
    3 E Gluckstadt           22         1631CST

                             Lightning struck a home off
                             Deerfield Dr.

  Warren County
    2 ENE Rose Hill          22         1645CST

                             Several trees were blown down off
                             Freetown Road.

  Madison County
    1 NW Madison Station     22         1800CST
                                        1900CST

                             Locally heavy rain caused a portion of
                             I-55, near exit 108, to be covered with
                             water.

  Madison County
    2 W Flora                22         1810CST
    2 SSW Flora Lane Arpt               1925CST

                             Locally heavy rain, between 4 and 7
                             inches, fell in western and southwest
                             Madison County. A gauge in Flora
                             measured 6.5 inches. Several streets
                             and roads in the Flora area were closed
                             due to high water between 1 and 2 feet
                             deep.

                             Our region saw numerous showers and
                             thunderstorms develop during the
                             afternoon hours on May 22nd and push
                             south to north across the area.
                             Scattered storms became severe and
                             produced a mix of hail, damaging winds
                             and locally heavy rainfall.

  Leflore County
    1 NE Tinter City         24         1415CST

  Bolivar County
    6 E Benoit               24         1630CST
                                        1635CST
  Clay County
    1 SW Whites              24         1643CST
    2 ESE Tibbee                        1711CST

                             A swath of quarter to golf ball sized
                             hail fell across a portion of eastern
                             Clay County. The storm basically moved
                             south, just east of Highway 45, and
                             through the east side of West Point.
                             The severe hail continued as the storm
                             moved into western Lowndes County.

  Lowndes County
    1 NNE Mayhew             24         1711CST
    1 NNE Crawford                      1748CST

                             A swath of nickel to half dollar sized
                             hail fell across all of western Lowndes
                             County as a storm moved from north to
                             south along the Highway 45 corridor.

  Webster County
    3 W Montevista           24         1745CST

                             A few trees and a power line were blown
                             down just north of Bellefontaine.

  Noxubee County
    3 NW Macon Muni Arpt     24         1748CST
    4 NNW Brooksville                   1810CST

                             A swath of penny sized hail fell across
                             north central and central portions of
                             Noxubee County.

  Leake County
    Thomastown               24         1748CST

                             Lighting struck a church on Beamon
                             Road and caused a fire.

  Noxubee County
    Brooksville              24         1752CST

                             Power lines were blown down just west
                             of Brooksville.

  Oktibbeha County
    4 W Starkville           24         1805CST
    3 WNW Starkville                    1807CST
    Bryan Arp

  Noxubee County
    2 SSE Brooksville        24         1812CST
    2 SW Macon Muni Arpt                1817CST

                             A swath of 70 to 80 mph winds occurred
                             from an intense thunderstorm which
                             moved south across central Noxubee
                             County from near Brooksville to Macon.
                             Numerous trees along with several power
                             lines and power poles were blown down
                             along the path and around Macon.
                             Several homes and businesses suffered
                             roof damage and a few business sings
                             were blown down as well. One home
                             sustained roof damage from a fallen
                             tree along Piney Woods Road.

  Leake County
    2 NNW Wiggins            24         1824CST
                                        1826CST

  Scott County
    1 S Lake                 24         1830CST

  Lauderdale County
    5 N Marion               24         1956CST

  Hinds County
    1 N Clinton              25         1730CST
    1 SE Bolton                         1735CST

                             A few trees were blown down across
                             central Hinds County.
                             Scattered thunderstorms developed
                             across the northern portion of the
                             area on May 24th and 25th. A few of
                             these storms became severe and
                             produced a mix of hail and wind damage
                             across the north. Areas around West
                             Point, MS received golf ball sized hail
                             while areas between Brooksville and
                             Macon, MS were hit by 70 to 80 mph
                             winds which caused damage to homes,
                             businesses and downed many trees and
                             power lines.

  Lowndes County
    5 S (CBM)Columbus Afb    26         1547CST
                                        1600CST

  Forrest County
    2 SSE Petal              26         1555CST

                             A couple trees were blown down.

  Lowndes County
    3 S (CBM)Columbus Atb    26         1610CST

                             A power line was blown down off Mike
                             Perra Road and a tree was down off
                             Stinson Creek Road.

  Forrest County
    2 SE Eatonville          26         1612CST

                             A home was struck by lightning.

  Jasper County
    1 SW Heidelberg          26         1650CST

                             Several trees were blown down just
                             southwest of Heidelberg. One vehicle
                             was heavily damaged by a fallen tree
                             in this area as well.

  Smith County
    1 S Taylorsville         26         1713CST

  Lowndes County
    1 S New Hope             26         1715CST

                             A couple trees were blown down, one
                             tree landed on a horse.

  Lowndes County
    1 NNW Mc Crary           26         1725CST

                             A few trees were blown down off Mt.
                             Vernon Road.

  Lowndes County
    3 N New Hope             26         1725CST

                             A couple trees were blown down.

  Marion County
    2 NW Kokomo              26         1803CST

                             A few trees were blown down near the
                             county line.

  Marion County
    1 ESE Fortenberry        26         1925CST
    2 SSW Columbia                      2100CST

                             A slow moving cluster of thunderstorms
                             dumped 4 to 6 inches in rain across
                             central Marion county causing the worst
                             flooding in 10 years in and around
                             Columbia. All the rain fell in 1 to 2
                             hours which flooded nearly all the
                             streets in Downtown Columbia and
                             several surrounding roads. Around 40
                             businesses suffered either minor or
                             major flooding as 1 to 4 feet of water
                             impacted those buildings. A tremendous
                             amount of merchandise was damaged,
                             varying from books to wood furniture,
                             by the flood water. In addition to the
                             businesses, nearly a dozen homes were
                             flooded around town as well.

  Clay County
    1 NE West Pt             27         1315CST

                             A few trees and power lines were blown
                             down around West Point.

  Choctaw County
    4 NW Chester             27         1355CST

                             Numerous large limbs were blown down
                             across the Natchez Trace.

                             An early summer type pattern developed
                             across the region briefly and brought
                             scattered afternoon thunderstorms to
                             the area. A few of these became severe
                             and brought some damaging winds and a
                             little small hail.

  Yazoo County
    1 WSW Norway             28         0630CST
    4 WNW Jonestown                     1030CST

                             A slow moving cluster of thunderstorms
                             dumped 4 to 7 inches of rain across
                             portions of Yazoo County. In the city,
                             6.59 inches of rain was measured.
                             Numerous roads and streets were
                             flooded. Several dozen vehicles were
                             flooded along with 30 homes and
                             businesses.

  Madison County
    1 S Flora                28         0820CST
    3 ESE Gluckstadt                    1100CST

                             Heavy rain, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across a large portion of Madison
                             County and caused many streets and
                             areas roads to flood. Areas from
                             Flora, to Gluckstadt to Canton were
                             impacted by flooded roads.

  Rankin County
    3 W Goshen Spgs          28         0910CST
    1 WSW Pisgah

                             Locally heavy rain fell across northern
                             Rankin County near Sand Hill and Goshen
                             Springs. Several area roads were under
                             water in this area as 4.58 inches were
                             measured at Goshen Springs.

  Warren County
    1 WSW Stout              28         1045CST
    National Cemetery                   1140CST

                             Locally heavy rain, between 3 and 4
                             inches, quickly fell across Vicksburg
                             and caused flooding across portions of
                             the city. Several streets were under
                             water with some vehicles under water.
                             A couple of people had to be rescued
                             from their flooded vehicles, no
                             injuries were reported.
                             A few clusters of slow moving
                             thunderstorms evolved across central
                             Mississippi during the morning hours of
                             May 28th. Some localized areas from
                             Yazoo County, across Madison County
                             into Extreme northern Rankin County
                             saw 4 to 6 inches of rain. Some flash
                             flooding occurred with portions of
                             Yazoo County receiving the brunt of
                             the flooding and damage.

MISSISSIPPI, North

  Lafayette County
    Abbeville                02         1333CST
                                        1338CST

  Tunica County
    Clayton                  02         1440CST
                                        1445CST

  De Soto County
    2 ESE Cub Lake           02         1520CST
                                        1525CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down a few
                             trees on Arkabutla Dam Road.

  Panola County
    2 ESE Batesville         02         1528CST
                                        1533CST

  Panola County
    Batesville Panola Ar     02         1534CST
                                        1539CST

                             Half Dollar size hail fell at the
                             Panola County Airport.

  Lafayette County
    1 WSW Oxford             02         1608CST
                                        1613CST

                             Penny size hail fell on the University
                             of Mississippi Campus.

  Panola County
    1 ESE Rock Hill          02         1610CST
    1 SSE Batesville                    1615CST
    Panola Ar

                             Straight line winds produced damage to
                             six homes in Butler Estates outside of
                             Sardis. In addition, a tree fell onto
                             a house off of Bill Wallace Road.

  Coahoma County
    7 SSW Clarksdale         02         1631CST
                                        1636CST

  Union County
    1 W Etta                 02         1633CST
                                        1638CST
  Coahoma County
    1 S Lyon                 02         1636CST
                                        1641CST

                             Straight line winds damaged numerous
                             homes in the 400 blocks of Andrews
                             Avenue and Cunningham Avenue. One home
                             on Andrews Avenue lost half of the
                             roof. Several trees and some fencing
                             were also knocked down in the area.

  Union County
    1 N Poolville            02         1648CST    3.11       440
    1 SE Enterprise                     1652CST

                             The tornado first touched down in the
                             Enterprise community in Western Union
                             County near County Road 46 where a
                             couple of sheds were destroyed and
                             trees were uprooted. The intensifying
                             tornado moved northeast causing damage
                             to the roofs and exterior walls of
                             several homes. The tornado was at its
                             most powerful as it crossed State
                             Highway 30. A gas station canopy and
                             sign along with several large buildings
                             were damaged. One large metal building
                             suffered moderate damage. There was
                             roof damage to a church and the
                             steeple was knocked down. Many trees
                             were knocked down and several power
                             poles were snapped. A large bus was
                             flipped on to its side. The tornado
                             lifted near County Road 51 or about 2
                             miles northeast of Enterprise. There
                             was minor damage in this area with
                             several large trees uprooted and minor
                             roof damage to a home. Along the entire
                             track about 20 homes suffered at least
                             some damage.

  Union County
    1 SSW Glenfield          02         1700CST    0.52       100
                                        1701CST

                             A tornado touched down in the Glenfield
                             area and the Colonial Gardens
                             subdivision of New Albany and damaged
                             at least 10 homes. In the Glenfield
                             area, a gas station canopy was damaged
                             and several trees were uprooted.
                             Several houses also had minor shingle
                             damage. The tornado intensified as it
                             moved into the Colonial Gardens
                             subdivision where two homes suffered
                             total roof loss along with some
                             exterior wall collapse. More trees were
                             snapped off and uprooted in this area
                             as well.

  Union County
    2 NNE Baker              02         1712CST    3.46       75
    2 E Keownville                      1716CST

                             A tornado tracked non-continuously
                             across the Pleasant Hill and Keownville
                             areas. In the Pleasant Hill area, a
                             home had a porch torn off along with
                             some roof damage. A very large tree was
                             also uprooted. The tornado touched down
                             again along State Highway 30 in
                             Keownville where several grain bins
                             were heavily damaged, a shed was
                             destroyed and several trees were
                             uprooted. Further to the northeast
                             along Highway 30, another home had a
                             partial collapse of a garage wall along
                             with minor damage to the roof.

  Prentiss County
    1 SSW Blackland          02         1741CST    11.89      150
    5 NW Thrashers                      1800CST

                             A tornado touched down in the Blackland
                             community and tracked non-continuously
                             across Northwest Prentiss County before
                             moving into Alcorn County. In Blackland
                             trees were knocked down and a few
                             outbuildings had there roofs blown off.
                             The tornado lifted then touched down
                             again along County Road 7100 where
                             additional trees were downed and a
                             house was damaged by a fallen tree.
                             The tornado continued northeast across
                             Highway 4 between Jumpertown and
                             Booneville where a local business had
                             its roof blown off. Several
                             outbuildings were also destroyed and
                             shingles were ripped off the roofs of
                             several homes. More damage was
                             observed near the intersection of
                             County Road 8200 and Highway 45 where
                             a tree hit a mobile home. The tornado
                             then tracked into Alcorn County.

  Tate County
    Senatobia                02         1745CST
                                        1750CST

  Alcorn County
    Hinkle                   02         1751CST
                                        1756CST
  Quitman County
    7 WNW Lambert            02         1752CST
    2 NNE Barksdale                     1757CST

                             Straight line winds blew the roofs off
                             of a garage and a workshop, northwest
                             of Lambert.

  Alcorn County
    1 S Rienzi               02         1800CST    1.88       150
                                        1803CST

                             A tornado tracked from Northwest
                             Prentiss County into Alcorn county
                             near the town of Rienzi. In Alcorn
                             county one house had roof damage while
                             another house suffered siding damage
                             and a couple of columns had to be
                             replaced. Numerous trees were also
                             knocked down. The tornado lifted about
                             2 miles east-northeast of Rienzi.

  Prentiss County
    2 W Booneville           02         1840CST
                                        1845CST

  Coahoma County
    1 S Clarksdale           02         1920CST
                                        2020CST

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding in
                             Clarksdale. In Crossroads Estates, 26
                             apartments were reported flooded. Also,
                             a few roads and yards were covered
                             with water as a result.

  De Soto County
    2 E South Haven          02         1923CST
    3 ESE Horn Lake                     2000CST

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding near
                             Southaven. A few streets had water
                             covering them as a result.

  De Soto County
    1 N Bright               02         1933CST
                                        1938CST

                             Dime to nickel size hail fell at the
                             intersection of Byhalia Road and Malone
                             Road outside of Hernando.

  De Soto County
    1 NNW Bright             02         1935CST
                                        1940CST

                             Straight line winds blew trees down on
                             Byhalia Road at the intersection of
                             Malone Road outside of Hernando.

  De Soto County
    South Haven              02         2125CST
                                        2130CST

  Lafayette County
    3 N Oxford               02         2340CST
                                        2345CST

  Lafayette County
    1 SE Oxford              02         2355CST
                             03         0155CST

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding
                             along University Drive in Oxford.

  Yalobusha County
    Bruce Jct                03         0000CST
                                        0005CST

                             Straight line winds ripped part of the
                             roof off the Coffeeville Insurance
                             Agency.

  Tippah County
    Falkner                  03         1223CST
                                        1228CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             in Falkner.

  Calhoun County
    1 NNE Bruce              03         1230CST
    1 WSW Bruce Hasting                 1235CST
    Arpt

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines in Bruce.

  Union County
    2 SE Keownville          03         1230CST
                                        1235CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down
                             several large trees and caused shingle
                             damage to two homes.

  Pontotoc County
    2 WNW Buckhorn           03         1240CST
    5 S Randolph                        1245CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down power
                             lines about 5 miles south of Randolph.

                             A cold front approached the Midsouth
                             during the afternoon hours of May 2nd,
                             2008, Numerous showers and
                             thunderstorms developed ahead and
                             along the front. Storms quickly became
                             severe and produced large hail,
                             damaging winds, flash flooding and a
                             few tornadoes. The severe weather
                             continued into the early morning hours
                             of May 3rd, 2008 with the passage of
                             the front.

  Lee County
    2 WSW (TUP)Lemons        08         0701CST    7.56       200
    Arpt Tup                            0719CST
    3 N Flowerdale

                             The initial tornado touchdown occurred
                             1.5 miles west of the Tupelo Regional
                             Airport. The tornado traveled northeast
                             across Northern Lee County moving just
                             north of the Tupelo Regional Airport.
                             The tornado reached its maximum
                             intensity as it hit the Furniture
                             Market Mississippi building on Coley
                             Road and Chesterville Road. The tornado
                             continued to produce significant
                             damage on North Gloster Road near the
                             Barnes Crossing Mall. The tornado
                             continued moving northeast and crossed
                             U.S. Highway 45 where it struck a farm
                             supply store. Several cars were damaged
                             by flying debris, tractor trailers were
                             overturned and part of the supply
                             store roof was torn off. Next to the
                             farm supply store, a marine and outdoor
                             store was also hit where several boats
                             were damaged and the roof was partially
                             torn off. Also, a large hardware store,
                             a medical complex and a Mississippi
                             Department of Transportation district
                             office were among other buildings
                             damaged. The tornado moved northeast
                             uprooting and snapping large trees as
                             well as producing minor roof damage to
                             several homes before lifting about 3
                             miles south southeast of Saltillo.

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  Itawamba County
    2 N Ratliff              08         0742CST    1.4        100
    1 WSW Kirkville                     0745CST

                             The initial tornado touchdown occurred
                             in the Palestine community in extreme
                             Northwest Itawamba County. Numerous
                             large trees were uprooted or snapped.
                             Several homes had partial roof damage.
                             One home was severely damaged when a
                             large part of its roof was torn off.
                             The tornado lifted near the Natchez
                             Trace Parkway about one mile southwest
                             of Kirksville.

  Tallahatchie County
    1 WNW Charleston         08         0750CST
                                        0755CST

                             Straight line winds knocked trees and
                             power lines down in Charleston. A tree
                             was also knocked on to a house.

  Lee County
    Saltillo                 08         0800CST
                                        0900CST

                             Three inches of rain in one hour
                             produced flash flooding in Saltillo.
                             Water Street, Willow Bend Circle and
                             Old Saltillo Road were all flooded.
                             Three homes were flooded.

  Lafayette County
    1 WNW Abbeville          08         0815CST    2.2        50
                                        0819CST

                             A weak tornado touched down in
                             Abbeville and moved northeast causing
                             minor damage to nine homes and one
                             mobile home. Numerous large tree
                             branches were snapped along County
                             Roads 244, 294 and 296. The tornado
                             lifted about 2 miles northeast
                             of Abbeville.

  Tishomingo County
    2 E Dennis               08         0823CST
                                        0828CST

                             Straight line winds heavily damaged a
                             farm shop on County Road 86 east of
                             Dennis. A shed was also destroyed.

  Tishomingo County
    1 NW Tishomingo          08         1014CST
                                        1019CST

                             Straight line winds damaged a trailer
                             and busted windows out of a vehicle in
                             Tishomingo. Trees were knocked down
                             along Highway 25 just north of
                             Tishomingo.

  Monroe County
    Prairie                  08         1210CST
                                        1215CST

  Tishomingo County
    1 SSE Dennis             09         0821CST
                                        0826CST

                             A weak warm front was located across
                             North Mississippi during the morning of
                             May 8th, 2008. Isolated thunderstorms
                             began developing along the front. One
                             thunderstorm quickly became severe and
                             produced a significant tornado.
                             Damaging winds, large hail, flash
                             flooding and a weak tornado occurred
                             from other thunderstorms.

  Tunica County
    Robinsonsville           10         1845CST
                                        1850CST

  Tate County
    2 NNW Strayhorn          10         1920CST
                                        1925CST

                             Straight line winds blew trees down on
                             Blue Goose Road north of Strayhorn.

  De Soto County
    1 WNW Walls              10         1943CST
                                        1948CST

                             The public estimated a 70 mph wind
                             gust in Walls.

  De Soto County
    2 E Horn Lake Desoto     10         1945CST
    Arp                                 2045CST

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding at
                             Interstate 55 and Rasco Road in
                             Southaven resulting in at least one
                             traffic accident.

  De Soto County
    Walls Twinkle Town F     10         1947CST
                                        1952CST

                             Penny size hail fell at Highway 61 and
                             Church road south of Walls.

  De Soto County
    Olive Branch             10         1952CST
    1 S Mineral Wells                   1957CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines across Olive Branch. A
                             tree was knocked down on to a house.

  Coahoma County
    Coahoma                  10         2000CST
    1 WNW Friars Pt                     2007CST

                             Straight line winds produced a damage
                             path that continued from Phillips
                             County, Arkansas into Coahoma County.
                             The path began in Coahoma County near
                             Friars Point, where a grain bin was
                             destroyed and moved 100 yards. A
                             tractor and planter were also damaged.
                             The front of the Mt. Airy Baptist
                             Church was torn off and there was
                             structural damage to the Henry Martin
                             Garden Estate Apartments. In addition,
                             a house was picked up and moved seven
                             feet from its foundation. The path
                             continued into Coahoma where the
                             damage ended. In Coahoma a few homes
                             and a church had roof and structural
                             damage. Numerous trees and 80 to 90
                             power poles were snapped or knocked
                             down from Friars Point to Coahoma.

  De Soto County
    1 SE Handy Corner        10         2003CST
                                        2008CST

                             Nickel size hail fell at the
                             intersection of Highway 302 and Center
                             Hill Road east of Olive Branch.

  Marshall County
    4 N Byhalia              10         2003CST
                                        2008CST

  De Soto County
    1 SE Handy Corner        10         2003CST
                                        2008CST

                             Law enforcement measured a 72 mph wind
                             gust at the intersection of Highway 302
                             and Center Hill Road east of Olive
                             Branch.

  Marshall County
    2 SSW Barton             10         2003CST
    4 N Byhalia                         2008CST

                             The Fire Department estimated a 60 mph
                             wind gust north of Byhalia.

  Coahoma County
    1 ESE Farrell            10         2007CST
                                        2012CST

  Coahoma County
    Lyon                     10         2022CST
                                        2027CST

  Coahoma County
    Lyon                     10         2022CST
                                        2027CST

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in Lyon.

  Coahoma County
    Lula                     10         2023CST
                                        2028CST

  Coahoma County
    Lula                     10         2023CST
                                        2028CST

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in Lulu.

  Marshall County
    1 SW Barton              10         2030CST
                                        2035CST

  Marshall County
    Laws Hill                10         2030CST
    4 ESE Hudsonville                   2035CST

                             Straight line winds blew power lines
                             and about 70 trees down county-wide
                             including the area near Holly Springs,
                             where a tree fell on a house. A tree
                             also fell on a mobile home in
                             Hudsonville where two women were
                             slightly injured. Many county roads
                             were blocked by fallen trees.

  Quitman County
    2 SW Burgess             10         2033CST    0.3        30
                                        2034CST

                             A tornado touched down briefly in West
                             Marks damaging several homes and a
                             metal building.

  Benton County
    Ashland                  10         2045CST
                                        2050CST
  Benton County
    Hickory Flat             10         2045CST
    2 WNW Ashland                       2050CST

                             Straight line winds produced widespread
                             damage from Ashland to Hickory Flat. A
                             large portion of the Holly Springs
                             National Forest just west of Snow Lake
                             Shores, along Highway 4, was completely
                             blown down. Extensive damage, including
                             numerous trees, downed power lines and
                             15 snapped power poles, was reported
                             in the Snow Lake Shores community.
                             Also in Snow Lake Shores, a carport
                             was destroyed and a vehicle was
                             crushed by a large tree. There was a
                             lot of tree damage along Liberty Road
                             and Pleasant Hill Road.

    Panola County
    6 SSE Curtis Station     10         2045CST
    1 SSW Asa                           2050CST

                             Straight line winds blew numerous trees
                             and power lines down. A shop building
                             was also destroyed.

  Marshall County
    Watson                   10         2100CST
                             11         0030CST

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding just
                             west of Watson. Watson Road had
                             eighteen inches of water over the road.

  Coahoma County
    1 NNE Baugh              10         2100CST
    4 E Lyon                            2105CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines across Coahoma County.

  Panola County
    Batesville               10         2105CST
                                        2110CST

  Panola County
    1 SSW Chapeltown         10         2105CST
                                        2110CST

                             Straight line winds blew trees down
                             on Hughes Road.

  Tippah County
    Falkner                  10         2105CST

                             Winds were estimated at 65 mph in
                             Falkner.

  Tallahatchie County
    4 WNW Enid               10         2115CST    5.45       100
                                        2126CST

                             A tornado touched down in Northeast
                             Tallahatchie County and then tracked
                             east southeast through the town of
                             Enid. The tornado then crossed into
                             Northwest Yalobusha County. Most of
                             the damage occurred in Tallahatchie
                             County from 4 miles west northwest of
                             Enid into the town of Enid. In total
                             28 homes were damaged or destroyed.
                             Three mobile homes were destroyed
                             while 10 homes suffered major damage
                             and 15 suffered had minor damage.
                             Numerous large trees were snapped or
                             uprooted and power poles were knocked
                             down. There were two minor injuries.

  Prentiss County
    Jumpertown               10         2116CST
                                        2121CST

                             Straight line winds blew a few trees
                             down off of Highway 4 in Jumpertown.
                             Winds were estimated at 60 to 65 mph.

  Alcorn County
    2 NE Biggersville        10         2125CST
    2 ENE Hightown                      2133CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down
                             several trees and power lines outside
                             of Biggersville on County Roads 514,
                             513, and 547.

  Yalobusha County
    4 N Oakland              10         2126CST    3.26       50
    4 SSW Enid Lake                     2132CST

                             A tornado tracked from Tallahatchie
                             County into Northwest Yalobusha County.
                             The weakening tornado knocked down a
                             few trees before lifting near Highway
                             32 northeast of Oakland.

  Lee County
    Tupelo                   10         2128CST
                                        2133CST
  Coahoma County
    Clarksdale               10         2130CST
    2 E Beverly                         2230CST

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding in
                             and around Clarksdale. The viaduct was
                             flooded at State Street. In addition, a
                             parking lot near the hospital was also
                             flooded.

  Tallahatchie County
    1 N Charleston           10         2131CST
                                        2136CST

                             Straight line winds blew trees down in
                             Charleston.

  Quitman County
    2 N Marks                10         2132CST
                                        2138CST

  Yalobusha County
    Oakland                  10         2134CST
                                        2139CST
  Lee County
    2 SSW Saltillo           10         2135CST
                                        2140CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             near the intersection of Natchez Trace
                             Parkway and Highway 45.

  Lee County
    Saltillo                 10         2140CST
                                        2145CST
  Itawamba County
    Evergreen                10         2140CST
    Sand Spgs                           2150CST

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down county-wide in
                             Itawamba County.

  Tishomingo County
    Luke                     10         2145CST
    2 N luka                            2150CST

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down north of Iuka.

  Itawamba County
    1 SSE Evergreen          10         2150CST
                                        2155CST

  Yalobusha County
    1 NNE Bruce Jet          10         2200CST

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in
                             Coffeeville.

  Lee County
    Mooreville               10         2205CST
                                        2210CST

  Itawamba County
    1 E Tremont              10         2215CST
                                        2220CST

  Tallahatchie County
    1 ESE Teasdale           10         2219CST
    2 W Enid                            2224CST

                             Straight line winds blew numerous
                             trees down on Enid Teasdale Road.

  Pontotoc County
    2 NE Buckhorn            10         2221CST
    5 SE Randolph                       2224CST

                             Straight line winds blew a roof off of
                             a house and damaged another house
                             across the street. A few trees and
                             power lines were down in the area as
                             well.

  Panola County
    Longtown                 10         2230CST
    Crowder                             2330CST

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding
                             county-wide in Panola County. Many
                             roads had water covering them.

  Calhoun County
    1 NNE Bruce Calhoun      10         2231CST
    Co Arp                              2236CST
    Pittsboro

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down in Pittsboro.

  Yalobusha County
    3 NNE Oakland            10         2252CST
                                        2257CST

  Yalobusha County
    3 NNE Oakland            10         2252CST
                                        2257CST

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down on Interstate 55 at
                             mile marker 229.

  Yalobusha County
    8 ESE Coffeeville        10         2301CST
    1 NNE Benwood                       2306CST

                             Straight line winds blew trees down
                             off of Highway 330 near Tyson.

  Chickasaw County
    Houston                  10         2305CST

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in
                             Houston.

  Calhoun County
    1 SSE Vardaman           10         2326CST
                                        2331CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines along Highway 341 and
                             County Road 452. One tree fell on a
                             vehicle.

  Calhoun County
    Calhoun City             10         2330CST
                                        2335CST
  Chickasaw County
    Houston                  10         2330CST
                                        2335CST

                             Straight line winds blew four to five
                             trees down in Houston and just south
                             of Houston.

  Monroe County
    1 E Amory                10         2331CST
                                        2336CST

                             Straight line winds blew trees down
                             southeast of Amory.
                             A stationary front moved north as a
                             warm front during the day of May 10,
                             2008 as a strong upper level trough
                             moved into the Midsouth. Behind the
                             warm front, the atmosphere became very
                             unstable which allowed numerous
                             showers and thunderstorms to develop.
                             Some of the thunderstorms quickly
                             became severe and produced large hail,
                             damaging winds, a few tornadoes and
                             flash flooding into the early morning
                             hours of May 11th.

  De Soto County
    3 E Horn Lake            22         0914CST
                                        0919CST

                             A warm front lifted north during the
                             morning of May 22, 2008. Showers and
                             thunderstorms developed along the
                             front. Some storms became severe
                             producing large hail.

  De Soto County
    1 SSW Cockrum            24         1525CST
                                        1530CST

                             A spotter estimated a 60 mph gust at
                             the intersection of Allen Road and
                             Highway 305 in Southeast Desoto County.

  Tate County
    2 WSW Senatobia          24         1547CST
                                        1552CST

                             Nickel size hail fell in Southwest
                             Senatobia.

  Lafayette County
    6 ENE Cambridge          24         1600CST
                                        1605CST

                             Penny to nickel size hail fell about
                             4 miles west of Etta.

  Panola County
    Batesville               24         1625CST
                                        1630CST
  Monroe County

    1 SSW Muldon             24         1635CST
                                        1640CST

                             Nickel hail fell near the intersection
                             of Highway 25 and U.S. Highway 45 near
                             the Muldon community.

  Lafayette County
    1 SW Oxford              24         1635CST
                                        1640CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             on Highway 6 in Oxford.

  Chickasaw County
    Pleasant Ridge           24         1700CST
                                        1705CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             along Highway 15 between Houston and
                             Woodland.

  Calhoun County
    3 SSE Sarepta            24         1702CST
                                        1707CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             on County Road 151 in Northeast Calhoun
                             County.

  Calhoun County
    1 NNW Bruce              24         1702CST
                                        1707CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             in Bruce.

  Calhoun County
    1 NE Calhoun City        24         1720CST
                                        1725CST

  Calhoun County
    1 ENE Calhoun City       24         1720CST
                                        1725CST

                             A COOP observer estimated a 60 mph gust
                             in Calhoun City.

  Calhoun County
    4 SE Big Creek           24         1740CST
    4 SW Calhoun City                   1745CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             along Highway 8 about one mile west of
                             the Highway 8 and Highway 9 junction in
                             Southern Calhoun County.

                             A stationary front remained over the
                             Midsouth during the evening hours of
                             May 24, 2008. Showers and thunderstorms
                             developed along the front. Some storms
                             became severe with large hail and
                             damaging winds.

  Itawamba County
    3 NNE Fulton             26         1525CST
                                        1530CST

                             Straight line winds blew trees down on
                             John Rankin Highway and Scenic Hills
                             Road.

  Prentiss County
    3 WNW Thrashers          26         1630CST
                                        1730CST

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding
                             outside of Booneville. County Road
                             1121 was closed due to excessive water.

  Tunica County
    1 NNW Robinsonsville     26         2010CST
                                        2015CST

                             Straight line winds blew power lines
                             down near Harrah's Casino.

  Lee County
    2 N Verona               27         1140CST
                                        1145CST
  Calhoun County
    4 SSE Big Creek          27         1200CST
                                        1205CST

                             Straight line winds knocked down a
                             large tree on Highway 8 about 10 miles
                             southwest of Calhoun City.

  Prentiss County
    1 W Booneville           27         1342CST
                                        1442CST

                             Highway 145 was impassable in
                             Booneville due to flooding.

                             An outflow boundary from a large
                             thunderstorm complex set off showers
                             and thunderstorms over the Midsouth
                             during the afternoon and evening hours
                             of May 26, 2008. Some of the activity
                             lingered into the morning hours of May
                             27th. The storms produced damaging
                             winds, large hail, and flash flooding.

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Amite County
    10 N Liberty             03         0325CST

                             Several trees were blown down across
                             northern portions of the county.

                             Strong to severe thunderstorms moved
                             across southwest Mississippi as a
                             strong upper air disturbance and a
                             cold front moved across the area.

  Harrison County
    Gulfport                 15         0700CST

                             Lightning struck a house causing a
                             fire in the attic.

  Harrison County
    Lyman                    15         0800CST
                                        0900CST

                             Numerous trees and power lines were
                             knocked down in Lyman and at various
                             other locations across the county.
                             Also, a sign was blown down on Highway
                             49 near Lyman.

  Pearl River County
    Mc Neil                  15         0830CST
    Picayune

                             Numerous trees and tree limbs were
                             blown down in the Picayune, Carriere,
                             and McNeil areas. One tree fell on a
                             house in Picayune.

  Jackson County
    Pascagoula               15         0930CST
    Wade                                0935CST

                             Trees were blown down in the Pascagoula
                             and Wade areas.
                             Widespread heavy rainfall and strong to
                             severe thunderstorms affected much of
                             south Mississippi over a two day
                             period. The adverse weather was the
                             result of a series of strong upper
                             level disturbances moving across the
                             lower Mississippi Valley in advance of
                             a strong and slow southward moving cold
                             front.

  Jackson County
    1 W Hurley               25         1638CST

                             Nickel to quarter size hail was
                             observed.
                             Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms
                             developed in a moist and unstable
                             atmosphere.

MISSISSIPPI, Southeast

    Perry County
    New Augusta              03         0550CST
                                        0552CST

                             High winds from a thunderstorm downed
                             trees in southeast Mississippi.

  Perry County
    New Augusta              15         0928CST
    Runnelstown                         0940CST

  Wayne County
    Clara                    15         1006CST
    Waynesboro                          1011CST

                             High winds from thunderstorms downed
                             trees and powerlines across portions
                             of southeast Mississippi.

                                  Number of            Estimated
                                  Persons              Damage

Location                     Killed     Injured    Property   Crops

MISSISSIPPI, Central

  Hinds County
    3 SSE Morgans               0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    1 SW Terry

  Madison County
    1 SW Flora Lane Arpt        0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    2 W Stokes

  Bolivar County
    1 NE Shelby                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    5 E Hushpuckena

  Bolivar County
    1 ESE Alligator             0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    Booga Fld

  Bolivar County
    1 SSE Francis               0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    1 E Eldridge

  Bolivar County
    3 NW Waxhaw                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Bolivar County
    2 W Shelby                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    4 E Duncan

  Bolivar County
    6 W Lamont                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    2 E Benoit

                             A swath of penny sized hail fell from a
                             long lived supercell which produced a
                             tornado along the Washington/Bolivar
                             line and then another tornado Between
                             Benoit and Cleveland.

  Washington County
    3 WNW Winterville           0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Spotters viewed this tornado on the
                             ground just west of Winterville and
                             Lamont. The tornado had a little debris
                             which was thrown across a field just
                             west of Highway 1. The tornado was only
                             on the ground between 2 and 3 miles
                             with maximum winds around 85 mph. The
                             tornado did cross into extreme
                             southwest Bolivar County from far
                             northwest Washington County.

  Bolivar County
    2 W Lamont                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Spotters viewed this tornado on the
                             ground just west of Winterville and
                             Lamont. The tornado had a little debris
                             which was thrown across a field just
                             west of Highway l. The tornado was
                             only on the ground between 2 and 3
                             miles with maximum winds around 85
                             mph. The tornado did cross into extreme
                             southwest Bolivar County from far
                             northwest Washington County.

  Bolivar County
    4 ENE Benoit Vly Fld        0          0        20.00K    300.00K
    5 WNW Cleveland

                             Numerous hardwood trees were snapped
                             and uprooted along the path along with
                             some power lines snapped in one
                             location. Maximum winds were around
                             105 mph.

  Bolivar County
    2 SSE Eutaw                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    5 W Boyle

  Bolivar County
    2 W Renova                  0          0        35.00K     0.00K

                             Five air conditioning units were
                             damaged by lightning which struck the
                             Bolivar County Correctional Facility.
                             All the units had to be replaced.

  Bolivar County
    Deeson                      0          0        0.00K     500.00K
    1 N Beulah

                             Repetitive thunderstorms produced
                             locally heavy rain between 4 and 6
                             inches across the northern half of
                             Bolivar County. This rainfall flooded
                             numerous fields with standing water
                             covering large portions of farmland.
                             This high water damaged and killed
                             many crops which had to be replanted.

  Leflore County
    1 S Schlater                0          0        25.00K     0.00K

                             A portion of a metal awning was blown
                             off at a gas station.

  Washington County
    1 ESE Hollandale            0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    3 ESE Darlove

  Leflore County
    1 SSE Ruby                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down near Six
                             Mile Lake, one large tree was down
                             across the highway just north of Money.

  Leflore County
    1 ESE Money                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Grenada County
    1 S Holcomb                 0          0        12.00K     0.00K

                             A few power lines were blown down.

  Leflore County
    1 WNW Mayday                0          0        40.00K    300.00K

                             This tornado briefly touched down near
                             Morgan City. Numerous hardwood trees
                             were snapped and uprooted along the
                             short path. The most intense damage
                             occurred in a pecan grove just north
                             of the Yazoo River. One large tree fell
                             on a house causing significant damage.
                             Maximum winds were around 105 mph.

  Humphreys County
    3 NW Gooden Lake            0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    1 N Castleman

  Grenada County
    Futheyville                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down, one tree
                             blocked a portion of Highway 8.

  Carroll County
    7 W Coila                   0          0        20.00K     0.00K
    3 N Me Carley

                             Scattered trees were blown down across
                             a large portion of central Carroll
                             County.

  Issaquena County
    3 SW New Filler             0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    5 E Valley Park

  Yazoo County
    1 E Campbellsville          0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Numerous large limbs were blown down
                             around Holly Bluff.

  Warren County
    1 WNW Grange Hall           0          0        10.00K     0.00K

                             Multiple trees were blown down along
                             Grange Ferry and Fisher Ferry Roads on
                             the south side of Vicksburg.

  Jefferson County
    1 E Church Hill             0          0        25.00K     0.00K

                             Several trees were blown down on power
                             lines.

  Madison County
    1 SE Mansdale               0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Leake County
    3 S St Ann                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A couple trees were blown down, one on
                             Jack Boot Road and the other blocking
                             Highway 429.

  Leake County
    1 SSE Edinburg              0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A couple trees were blown down, one
                             blocked a portion of Highway 427.

  Franklin County
    1 N Roxie                   0          0        15.00K     0.00K

                             Several trees were blown down on power
                             lines.

  Lawrence County
    3 ENE Tilton                0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Numerous large limbs were blown down
                             around Oak Vale.

  Smith County
    5 SSE Sylvarena             0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             One large pecan tree was blown down
                             across Highway 531 along with numerous
                             large limbs.

  Smith County
    2 NW Burns                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down near Burns.

  Smith County
    3 SW Sylvarena              0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A couple of trees were blown down near
                             the Leaf River.

  Smith County
    4 SE Center Ridge           0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down.

  Covington County
    1 SW Collins Jaycee         0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    Arpt

                             A couple of trees were blown down,
                             one along Sunset Road.

  Smith County
    Taylorsville                0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Several trees were blown down around
                             town.

  Clarke County
    2 W Enterprise              0          0        10.00K     0.00K
    1 NE Stonewall

                             Several trees were blown down across
                             northwest Clarke County. A few were
                             down along I-50 just west of Enterprise
                             and others were down across roads
                             around Stonewall.

  Jasper County
    1 ESE Stringer              0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Several trees were blown down along
                             County Road 1915 just east of Stringer.

  Lamar County
    1 SW Wardwell Station       0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A couple trees were blown down in West
                             Hattiesburg.

  Jones County
    Moselle                     0          0        10.00K     0.00K
    4 WNW Overt

                             Scattered trees were blown down across
                             the southern portion of Jones County.
                             One large tree was across Moselle Road.

  Clarke County
    1 S Snell                   0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down across
                             area roads.

  Forrest County
    5 S Bonhomie                0          0        30.00K     0.00K
    5 WNW Mc Laurin

                             Several trees were blown down along
                             with some downed power lines and power
                             poles. Damage occurred along Browns
                             Bridge Road and around Elks Lake.

  Jones County
    2 WNW Blodgett              0          0        25.00K     0.00K
    2 N Ovett

                             Numerous trees were blown down around
                             Ovett and the Landrum Community. One
                             was down on a mobile home.

                             A large and powerful storm system
                             brought several rounds of severe
                             weather to a large section of the
                             Central United States. The Central
                             Plains were hit hard on Thursday, May
                             1st, while the Mid-South and Lower
                             Mississippi River Valley were
                             impacted on Friday, May 2nd into the
                             early morning hours of May 3rd. As this
                             severe weather episode evolved over the
                             National Weather Service Jackson, MS
                             service area, several tornadoes
                             occurred, along with large hail and
                             damaging winds.

  Bolivar County
    1 S Gunnison                0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down around
                             Gunnison.

  Grenada County
    3 NE Grenada Lake           0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down.
                             A powerful mid May storm system
                             produced a severe weather outbreak
                             across the Southern Plains, Mid-South
                             and Southeast portion of the United
                             States. The Jackson, MS service area
                             was on the southern fringe and only saw
                             some scattered storms during the late
                             evening hours of May 10th. A few of
                             these storms became severe and produced
                             scattered wind damage across the
                             northwest portion of the service area.

  Smith County
    2 S Lingle                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down along
                             county road 481.

  Smith County
    1 NNE Burns                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down along
                             Highway 902 just north of Burns.

  Jasper County
    Montrose                    0          0        8.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees and power lines were blown
                             down along Highway 15.

  Rankin County
    Star                        0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             A home was struck by lighting in Star.
                             Some electrical damage occurred to the
                             home.

  Washington County
    1 N Glen Allan              0          0        1.00M     500.00K
    2 ENE Woodside

                             Heavy rain fell across the southern and
                             southeast portion of Washington County
                             during the early morning hours of the
                             15th. This area received 3 to 5 inches
                             of rain as slow moving storms tracked
                             across the area. Many roads were
                             flooded along with 7 homes taking in
                             water.

  Humphreys County
    1 E Belzoni                 0          0        10.00K    700.00K
    3 W Carter

                             Heavy rain, between 3 and 6 inches,
                             fell across the southern two thirds of
                             Humphreys County. Many streets and
                             roads were flooded around Belzoni,
                             with several of them closed due to
                             high water. Many farm roads and fields
                             were under water across the southern
                             portion of the county which caused
                             damage to young crops.

  Issaquena County
    1 SE Mayersville            0          0       200.00K    300.00K
    7 S Grace

                             Heavy rainfall, between 5 and 7 inches,
                             fell across most of northern Issaquena
                             County. A few homes were flooded in the
                             county along with numerous county roads
                             under water. Many farm fields were
                             partially under water which caused
                             damage to the young crops.

  Sharkey County
    1 NW Rolling Fork           0          0       600.00K    600.00K
    1 NNW Panther Burn

                             Heavy rainfall, between 5 and 8 inches,
                             fell across a large portion of central
                             and northern Sharkey County. Several
                             homes were flooded around Rolling Fork
                             along with numerous county roads under
                             water. Many farm fields were partially
                             under water which caused damage to the
                             young crops.

  Yazoo County
    4 SE Bayland                0          0        15.00K    300.00K
    3 E Patosi

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across the northwest portion of
                             Yazoo County. Several roads were
                             flooded along with a portion of
                             Highway 49 in the Eden Community.
                             Additionally, many farm fields were
                             partially under water which
                             damaged young crops.

  Hinds County
    3 N Nogan                   0          0        50.00K     0.00K

                             Heavy rainfall, between 2 and 3 inches,
                             fell across Downtown Jackson and caused
                             several areas to flood with many roads
                             under water.

  Issaquena County
    1 SE Fitler                 0          0        25.00K     0.00K
    New Fitler

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across central Issaquena County
                             and caused several roads to flood.

  Madison County
    2 SW Ridgeland              0          0        1.00K      0.00K
    3 SE Rocky Hill

                             Heavy rainfall, between 2 and 4 inches,
                             fell across a portion of Madison
                             County. The south side of Highland
                             Colony Parkway was flooded by a foot
                             of water and the road was impassable.

  Smith County
    Lorena                      0          0        20.00K     0.00K
    2 NW Klein

                             Heavy rainfall, between 4 and 6 inches,
                             fell across a portion of northern Smith
                             County. The heavy rain resulted in
                             several roads flooded.

  Scott County
    1 NE Morton                 0          0       150.00K     0.00K
    2 SW Independence

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across a large portion of southern
                             Scott County. This rainfall resulted in
                             several roads being flooded and some
                             businesses flooded in Forest.

  Marion County
    3 NE Cheraw                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A couple of trees were blown down in
                             the Lampton Community.

  Newton County
    4 E Blunts                  0          0        30.00K     0.00K
    4 SW Duffee

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across a good portion of Newton
                             County. Several roads, in the central
                             portion of the county, had sections
                             under water. These included McNeil,
                             Ridge, Garrison and Poplar Roads.

  Madison County
    1 W Gluckstadt              0          0        10.00K     0.00K

                             Several inches of rain caused portions
                             of Gluckstadt Road to be covered in
                             water.

  Lamar County
    1 ESE Purvis                0          0        10.00K     0.00K
    3 SE Okahola

                             This tornado began on the east side of
                             Purvis, here it downed some limbs and
                             small trees. The tornado intensified
                             and widened at it approached and
                             crossed Interstate 59 near Black Creek.
                             Numerous trees and large limbs were
                             snapped along the path as it moved
                             through the area between the
                             interstate and Highway 49.
                             Additionally, a couple homes and
                             outbuildings were damaged by limbs or
                             trees falling on them. The tornado
                             intensified again and narrowed as it
                             approached Highway 49 and the south
                             gate of Camp Shelby. A number of large
                             trees were downed along the highway,
                             and from there to the actual gate of
                             Camp Shelby. One large tree fell on a
                             mobile home on the east side of Highway
                             49, destroying it. Shingles were
                             pulled off a couple commercial
                             buildings along the highway as well and
                             2 power poles were snapped. This area
                             was where the tornado reached its
                             maximum intensity. As the tornado moved
                             across Camp Shelby, it remained narrow,
                             but not as intense, with winds likely
                             in the 70 to 80 mph range. The tornado
                             downed numerous large limbs and
                             sporadic trees as it moved across the
                             base. One large tree fell on base
                             quarters home, causing serious damage
                             to it, and another tree fell on a
                             vehicle, destroying it. Some other
                             minor roof damage was noted. The
                             tornado continued causing sporadic tree
                             damage as it crossed Highway 98 near
                             the Perry County line where it
                             dissipated. Maximum winds were around
                             105 mph. The total path length across
                             Lamar and Forrest Counties was 15
                             miles.

  Forrest County
    6 NNW Rock Hill             0          0       700.00K    500.00K
    1 E Ragland

                             This tornado began on the east side of
                             Purvis, here it downed some limbs and
                             small trees. The tornado intensified
                             and widened at it approached and
                             crossed Interstate 59 near Black
                             Creek. Numerous trees and large limbs
                             were snapped along the path as it
                             moved through the area between the
                             interstate and Highway 49.
                             Additionally, a couple homes and
                             outbuildings were damaged by limbs or
                             trees falling on them. The tornado
                             intensified again and narrowed as it
                             approached Highway 49 and the south
                             gate of Camp Shelby. A number of large
                             trees were downed along the highway,
                             and from there to the actual gate of
                             Camp Shelby. One large tree fell on a
                             mobile home on the east side of Highway
                             49, destroying it. Shingles were pulled
                             off a couple commercial buildings
                             along the highway as well and 2 power
                             poles were snapped. This area was where
                             the tornado reached its maximum
                             intensity. As the tornado moved across
                             Camp Shelby, it remained narrow, but
                             not as intense, with winds likely in
                             the 70 to 80 mph range. The tornado
                             downed numerous large limbs and
                             sporadic trees as it moved across the
                             base. One large tree fell on base
                             quarters home, causing serious damage
                             to it, and another tree fell on a
                             vehicle, destroying it. Some other
                             minor roof damage was noted. The
                             tornado continued causing sporadic tree
                             damage as it crossed Highway 98 near
                             the Perry County line where it
                             dissipated. Maximum winds were around
                             105 mph. The total path length across
                             Lamar and Forrest Counties was 15
                             miles.

  Forrest County
    4 WSW Mc Laurin             0          0        80.00K     0.00K

                             This tornado occurred just south of the
                             first, longer track tornado, and was
                             on the ground for just over a mile. A
                             concentrated path of trees, in a
                             convergent pattern, was blown down.
                             Additionally, half the roof of a small
                             church was peeled off.

  Forrest County
    1 ESE Petal                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down off Kennedy
                             Road.
                             Multiple rounds of storms evolved over
                             the region starting late on the 14th
                             and lasted through the 15th. This
                             produced several areas of heavy
                             rainfall across the forecast area. The
                             region that experienced the greatest
                             rainfall was across Northeast
                             Louisiana, and West Central Mississippi
                             where 5 to 8 inches fell. The other
                             area of heavy rain was along Interstate
                             20, through Central and East Central
                             Mississippi. Here, 3 to 6 inches fell.
                             All this heavy rain resulted in flash
                             flooding across the area. The severe
                             weather was more scattered in nature,
                             but what did occur was mainly damaging
                             winds and located across the southern
                             half of the area.

  Lowndes County
    1 NW Caledonia              0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Claiborne County
    3 E Galloway                0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Simpson County
    4 NNE Martinville           0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  MSZ066

                                0          0        0.10K      0.00K
  Rankin County
    2 WNW Puckett               0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down.

  Rankin County
    2 WNW Mayton                0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Dime to penny sized hail fell just
                             north of Puckett.

  Madison County
  3 ENE Mansdale                0          0        5.00K      0.00K

                             A tree and a power line were blown down
                             along Stribling Road.

  Madison County
    Livingston                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Clarke County
    3 S Stonewall               0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Madison County
    3 W Ridgeland               0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down off Old
                             Agency Road.

  Madison County
    3 E Gluckstadt              0          0        1.00K      0.00K

                             Lightning struck a home off
                             Deerfield Dr.

  Warren County
    2 ENE Rose Hill             0          0        1.00K      0.00K

                             Several trees were blown down off
                             Freetown Road.

  Madison County
    1 NW Madison Station        0          0        1.00K      0.00K

                             Locally heavy rain caused a portion of
                             I-55, near exit 108, to be covered with
                             water.

  Madison County
    2 W Flora                   0          0        50.00K     0.00K
    2 SSW Flora Lane Arpt

                             Locally heavy rain, between 4 and 7
                             inches, fell in western and southwest
                             Madison County. A gauge in Flora
                             measured 6.5 inches. Several streets
                             and roads in the Flora area were closed
                             due to high water between 1 and 2 feet
                             deep.

                             Our region saw numerous showers and
                             thunderstorms develop during the
                             afternoon hours on May 22nd and push
                             south to north across the area.
                             Scattered storms became severe and
                             produced a mix of hail, damaging winds
                             and locally heavy rainfall.

  Leflore County
    1 NE Tinter City            0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Bolivar County
    6 E Benoit                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Clay County
    1 SW Whites                 0          0        25.00K     0.00K
    2 ESE Tibbee

                             A swath of quarter to golf ball sized
                             hail fell across a portion of eastern
                             Clay County. The storm basically moved
                             south, just east of Highway 45, and
                             through the east side of West Point.
                             The severe hail continued as the storm
                             moved into western Lowndes County.

  Lowndes County
    1 NNE Mayhew                0          0        10.00K     0.00K
    1 NNE Crawford

                             A swath of nickel to half dollar sized
                             hail fell across all of western Lowndes
                             County as a storm moved from north to
                             south along the Highway 45 corridor.

  Webster County
    3 W Montevista              0          0        4.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees and a power line were blown
                             down just north of Bellefontaine.

  Noxubee County
    3 NW Macon Muni Arpt        0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    4 NNW Brooksville

                             A swath of penny sized hail fell across
                             north central and central portions of
                             Noxubee County.

  Leake County
    Thomastown                  0          0       100.00K     0.00K

                             Lighting struck a church on Beamon
                             Road and caused a fire.

  Noxubee County
    Brooksville                 0          0        20.00K     0.00K

                             Power lines were blown down just west
                             of Brooksville.

  Oktibbeha County
    4 W Starkville              0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    3 WNW Starkville
    Bryan Arp

  Noxubee County
    2 SSE Brooksville           0          0       500.00K     0.00K
    2 SW Macon Muni Arpt

                             A swath of 70 to 80 mph winds occurred
                             from an intense thunderstorm which
                             moved south across central Noxubee
                             County from near Brooksville to Macon.
                             Numerous trees along with several power
                             lines and power poles were blown down
                             along the path and around Macon.
                             Several homes and businesses suffered
                             roof damage and a few business sings
                             were blown down as well. One home
                             sustained roof damage from a fallen
                             tree along Piney Woods Road.

  Leake County
    2 NNW Wiggins               0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Scott County
    1 S Lake                    0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Lauderdale County
    5 N Marion                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Hinds County
    1 N Clinton                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    1 SE Bolton

                             A few trees were blown down across
                             central Hinds County.
                             Scattered thunderstorms developed
                             across the northern portion of the
                             area on May 24th and 25th. A few of
                             these storms became severe and
                             produced a mix of hail and wind damage
                             across the north. Areas around West
                             Point, MS received golf ball sized hail
                             while areas between Brooksville and
                             Macon, MS were hit by 70 to 80 mph
                             winds which caused damage to homes,
                             businesses and downed many trees and
                             power lines.

  Lowndes County
    5 S (CBM)Columbus Afb       0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Forrest County
    2 SSE Petal                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A couple trees were blown down.

  Lowndes County
    3 S (CBM)Columbus Atb       0          0        3.00K      0.00K

                             A power line was blown down off Mike
                             Perra Road and a tree was down off
                             Stinson Creek Road.

  Forrest County
    2 SE Eatonville             0          0        10.00K     0.00K

                             A home was struck by lightning.

  Jasper County
    1 SW Heidelberg             0          0        5.00K      0.00K

                             Several trees were blown down just
                             southwest of Heidelberg. One vehicle
                             was heavily damaged by a fallen tree
                             in this area as well.

  Smith County
    1 S Taylorsville            0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Lowndes County
    1 S New Hope                0          0        15.00K     0.00K

                             A couple trees were blown down, one
                             tree landed on a horse.

  Lowndes County
    1 NNW Mc Crary              0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down off Mt.
                             Vernon Road.

  Lowndes County
    3 N New Hope                0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A couple trees were blown down.

  Marion County
    2 NW Kokomo                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees were blown down near the
                             county line.

  Marion County
    1 ESE Fortenberry           0          0        5.00M      0.00K
    2 SSW Columbia

                             A slow moving cluster of thunderstorms
                             dumped 4 to 6 inches in rain across
                             central Marion county causing the worst
                             flooding in 10 years in and around
                             Columbia. All the rain fell in 1 to 2
                             hours which flooded nearly all the
                             streets in Downtown Columbia and
                             several surrounding roads. Around 40
                             businesses suffered either minor or
                             major flooding as 1 to 4 feet of water
                             impacted those buildings. A tremendous
                             amount of merchandise was damaged,
                             varying from books to wood furniture,
                             by the flood water. In addition to the
                             businesses, nearly a dozen homes were
                             flooded around town as well.

  Clay County
    1 NE West Pt                0          0        8.00K      0.00K

                             A few trees and power lines were blown
                             down around West Point.

  Choctaw County
    4 NW Chester                0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Numerous large limbs were blown down
                             across the Natchez Trace.

                             An early summer type pattern developed
                             across the region briefly and brought
                             scattered afternoon thunderstorms to
                             the area. A few of these became severe
                             and brought some damaging winds and a
                             little small hail.

  Yazoo County
    1 WSW Norway                0          0        2.00M      0.00K
    4 WNW Jonestown

                             A slow moving cluster of thunderstorms
                             dumped 4 to 7 inches of rain across
                             portions of Yazoo County. In the city,
                             6.59 inches of rain was measured.
                             Numerous roads and streets were
                             flooded. Several dozen vehicles were
                             flooded along with 30 homes and
                             businesses.

  Madison County
    1 S Flora                   0          0        50.00K     0.00K
    3 ESE Gluckstadt

                             Heavy rain, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across a large portion of Madison
                             County and caused many streets and
                             areas roads to flood. Areas from
                             Flora, to Gluckstadt to Canton were
                             impacted by flooded roads.

  Rankin County
    3 W Goshen Spgs             0          0        25.00K     0.00K
    1 WSW Pisgah

                             Locally heavy rain fell across northern
                             Rankin County near Sand Hill and Goshen
                             Springs. Several area roads were under
                             water in this area as 4.58 inches were
                             measured at Goshen Springs.

  Warren County
    1 WSW Stout                 0          0       120.00K     0.00K
    National Cemetery

                             Locally heavy rain, between 3 and 4
                             inches, quickly fell across Vicksburg
                             and caused flooding across portions of
                             the city. Several streets were under
                             water with some vehicles under water.
                             A couple of people had to be rescued
                             from their flooded vehicles, no
                             injuries were reported.
                             A few clusters of slow moving
                             thunderstorms evolved across central
                             Mississippi during the morning hours of
                             May 28th. Some localized areas from
                             Yazoo County, across Madison County
                             into Extreme northern Rankin County
                             saw 4 to 6 inches of rain. Some flash
                             flooding occurred with portions of
                             Yazoo County receiving the brunt of
                             the flooding and damage.

MISSISSIPPI, North

  Lafayette County
    Abbeville                   0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Tunica County
    Clayton                     0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  De Soto County
    2 ESE Cub Lake              0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked down a few
                             trees on Arkabutla Dam Road.

  Panola County
    2 ESE Batesville            0          0        5.00K      0.00K

  Panola County
    Batesville Panola Ar        0          0        3.00K      0.00K

                             Half Dollar size hail fell at the
                             Panola County Airport.

  Lafayette County
    1 WSW Oxford                0          0        1.00K      0.00K

                             Penny size hail fell on the University
                             of Mississippi Campus.

  Panola County
    1 ESE Rock Hill             0          0        30.00K     0.00K
    1 SSE Batesville
    Panola Ar

                             Straight line winds produced damage to
                             six homes in Butler Estates outside of
                             Sardis. In addition, a tree fell onto
                             a house off of Bill Wallace Road.

  Coahoma County
    7 SSW Clarksdale            0          0        1.50K      0.00K

  Union County
    1 W Etta                    0          0        5.00K      0.00K

  Coahoma County
    1 S Lyon                    0          0        50.00K     0.00K

                             Straight line winds damaged numerous
                             homes in the 400 blocks of Andrews
                             Avenue and Cunningham Avenue. One home
                             on Andrews Avenue lost half of the
                             roof. Several trees and some fencing
                             were also knocked down in the area.

  Union County
    1 N Poolville               0          0       250.00K     0.00K
    1 SE Enterprise

                             The tornado first touched down in the
                             Enterprise community in Western Union
                             County near County Road 46 where a
                             couple of sheds were destroyed and
                             trees were uprooted. The intensifying
                             tornado moved northeast causing damage
                             to the roofs and exterior walls of
                             several homes. The tornado was at its
                             most powerful as it crossed State
                             Highway 30. A gas station canopy and
                             sign along with several large buildings
                             were damaged. One large metal building
                             suffered moderate damage. There was
                             roof damage to a church and the
                             steeple was knocked down. Many trees
                             were knocked down and several power
                             poles were snapped. A large bus was
                             flipped on to its side. The tornado
                             lifted near County Road 51 or about 2
                             miles northeast of Enterprise. There
                             was minor damage in this area with
                             several large trees uprooted and minor
                             roof damage to a home. Along the entire
                             track about 20 homes suffered at least
                             some damage.

  Union County
    1 SSW Glenfield             0          0        75.00K     0.00K

                             A tornado touched down in the Glenfield
                             area and the Colonial Gardens
                             subdivision of New Albany and damaged
                             at least 10 homes. In the Glenfield
                             area, a gas station canopy was damaged
                             and several trees were uprooted.
                             Several houses also had minor shingle
                             damage. The tornado intensified as it
                             moved into the Colonial Gardens
                             subdivision where two homes suffered
                             total roof loss along with some
                             exterior wall collapse. More trees were
                             snapped off and uprooted in this area
                             as well.

  Union County
    2 NNE Baker                 0          0        50.00K     0.00K
    2 E Keownville

                             A tornado tracked non-continuously
                             across the Pleasant Hill and Keownville
                             areas. In the Pleasant Hill area, a
                             home had a porch torn off along with
                             some roof damage. A very large tree was
                             also uprooted. The tornado touched down
                             again along State Highway 30 in
                             Keownville where several grain bins
                             were heavily damaged, a shed was
                             destroyed and several trees were
                             uprooted. Further to the northeast
                             along Highway 30, another home had a
                             partial collapse of a garage wall along
                             with minor damage to the roof.

  Prentiss County
    1 SSW Blackland             0          0        75.00K     0.00K
    5 NW Thrashers

                             A tornado touched down in the Blackland
                             community and tracked non-continuously
                             across Northwest Prentiss County before
                             moving into Alcorn County. In Blackland
                             trees were knocked down and a few
                             outbuildings had there roofs blown off.
                             The tornado lifted then touched down
                             again along County Road 7100 where
                             additional trees were downed and a
                             house was damaged by a fallen tree.
                             The tornado continued northeast across
                             Highway 4 between Jumpertown and
                             Booneville where a local business had
                             its roof blown off. Several
                             outbuildings were also destroyed and
                             shingles were ripped off the roofs of
                             several homes. More damage was
                             observed near the intersection of
                             County Road 8200 and Highway 45 where
                             a tree hit a mobile home. The tornado
                             then tracked into Alcorn County.

  Tate County
    Senatobia                   0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Alcorn County
    Hinkle                      0          0        1.50K      0.00K

  Quitman County
    7 WNW Lambert               0          0        20.00K     0.00K
    2 NNE Barksdale

                             Straight line winds blew the roofs off
                             of a garage and a workshop, northwest
                             of Lambert.

  Alcorn County
    1 S Rienzi                  0          0        25.00K     0.00K

                             A tornado tracked from Northwest
                             Prentiss County into Alcorn county
                             near the town of Rienzi. In Alcorn
                             county one house had roof damage while
                             another house suffered siding damage
                             and a couple of columns had to be
                             replaced. Numerous trees were also
                             knocked down. The tornado lifted about
                             2 miles east-northeast of Rienzi.

  Prentiss County
    2 W Booneville              0          0        7.00K      0.00K

  Coahoma County
    1 S Clarksdale              0          0       100.00K     0.00K

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding in
                             Clarksdale. In Crossroads Estates, 26
                             apartments were reported flooded. Also,
                             a few roads and yards were covered
                             with water as a result.

  De Soto County
    2 E South Haven             0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    3 ESE Horn Lake

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding near
                             Southaven. A few streets had water
                             covering them as a result.

  De Soto County
    1 N Bright                  0          0        1.50K      0.00K

                             Dime to nickel size hail fell at the
                             intersection of Byhalia Road and Malone
                             Road outside of Hernando.

  De Soto County
    1 NNW Bright                0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds blew trees down on
                             Byhalia Road at the intersection of
                             Malone Road outside of Hernando.

  De Soto County
    South Haven                 0          0        2.00K      0.00K

  Lafayette County
    3 N Oxford                  0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Lafayette County
    1 SE Oxford                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding
                             along University Drive in Oxford.

  Yalobusha County
    Bruce Jct                   0          0        25.00K     0.00K

                             Straight line winds ripped part of the
                             roof off the Coffeeville Insurance
                             Agency.

  Tippah County
    Falkner                     0          0        5.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             in Falkner.

  Calhoun County
    1 NNE Bruce                 0          0        5.00K      0.00K
    1 WSW Bruce Hasting
    Arpt

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines in Bruce.

  Union County
    2 SE Keownville             0          0        7.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked down
                             several large trees and caused shingle
                             damage to two homes.

  Pontotoc County
    2 WNW Buckhorn              0          0        5.00K      0.00K
    5 S Randolph

                             Straight line winds knocked down power
                             lines about 5 miles south of Randolph.

                             A cold front approached the Midsouth
                             during the afternoon hours of May 2nd,
                             2008, Numerous showers and
                             thunderstorms developed ahead and
                             along the front. Storms quickly became
                             severe and produced large hail,
                             damaging winds, flash flooding and a
                             few tornadoes. The severe weather
                             continued into the early morning hours
                             of May 3rd, 2008 with the passage of
                             the front.

  Lee County
    2 WSW (TUP)Lemons           0          0        1.50M      0.00K
    Arpt Tup
    3 N Flowerdale

                             The initial tornado touchdown occurred
                             1.5 miles west of the Tupelo Regional
                             Airport. The tornado traveled northeast
                             across Northern Lee County moving just
                             north of the Tupelo Regional Airport.
                             The tornado reached its maximum
                             intensity as it hit the Furniture
                             Market Mississippi building on Coley
                             Road and Chesterville Road. The tornado
                             continued to produce significant
                             damage on North Gloster Road near the
                             Barnes Crossing Mall. The tornado
                             continued moving northeast and crossed
                             U.S. Highway 45 where it struck a farm
                             supply store. Several cars were damaged
                             by flying debris, tractor trailers were
                             overturned and part of the supply
                             store roof was torn off. Next to the
                             farm supply store, a marine and outdoor
                             store was also hit where several boats
                             were damaged and the roof was partially
                             torn off. Also, a large hardware store,
                             a medical complex and a Mississippi
                             Department of Transportation district
                             office were among other buildings
                             damaged. The tornado moved northeast
                             uprooting and snapping large trees as
                             well as producing minor roof damage to
                             several homes before lifting about 3
                             miles south southeast of Saltillo.

  Itawamba County
    2 N Ratliff                 0          0       150.00K     0.00K
    1 WSW Kirkville

                             The initial tornado touchdown occurred
                             in the Palestine community in extreme
                             Northwest Itawamba County. Numerous
                             large trees were uprooted or snapped.
                             Several homes had partial roof damage.
                             One home was severely damaged when a
                             large part of its roof was torn off.
                             The tornado lifted near the Natchez
                             Trace Parkway about one mile southwest
                             of Kirksville.

  Tallahatchie County
    1 WNW Charleston            0          0        10.00K     0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked trees and
                             power lines down in Charleston. A tree
                             was also knocked on to a house.

  Lee County
    Saltillo                    0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Three inches of rain in one hour
                             produced flash flooding in Saltillo.
                             Water Street, Willow Bend Circle and
                             Old Saltillo Road were all flooded.
                             Three homes were flooded.

  Lafayette County
    1 WNW Abbeville             0          0        25.00K     0.00K

                             A weak tornado touched down in
                             Abbeville and moved northeast causing
                             minor damage to nine homes and one
                             mobile home. Numerous large tree
                             branches were snapped along County
                             Roads 244, 294 and 296. The tornado
                             lifted about 2 miles northeast
                             of Abbeville.

  Tishomingo County
    2 E Dennis                  0          0        5.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds heavily damaged a
                             farm shop on County Road 86 east of
                             Dennis. A shed was also destroyed.

  Tishomingo County
    1 NW Tishomingo             0          0        5.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds damaged a trailer
                             and busted windows out of a vehicle in
                             Tishomingo. Trees were knocked down
                             along Highway 25 just north of
                             Tishomingo.

  Monroe County
    Prairie                     0          0        0.00K      0.00K

  Tishomingo County
    1 SSE Dennis                0          0        1.00K      0.00K

                             A weak warm front was located across
                             North Mississippi during the morning of
                             May 8th, 2008. Isolated thunderstorms
                             began developing along the front. One
                             thunderstorm quickly became severe and
                             produced a significant tornado.
                             Damaging winds, large hail, flash
                             flooding and a weak tornado occurred
                             from other thunderstorms.

  Tunica County
    Robinsonsville              0          0        1.50K      0.00K

  Tate County
    2 NNW Strayhorn             0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds blew trees down on
                             Blue Goose Road north of Strayhorn.

  De Soto County
    1 WNW Walls                 0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             The public estimated a 70 mph wind
                             gust in Walls.

  De Soto County
    2 E Horn Lake Desoto        0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    Arp

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding at
                             Interstate 55 and Rasco Road in
                             Southaven resulting in at least one
                             traffic accident.

  De Soto County
    Walls Twinkle Town F        0          0        1.00K      0.00K

                             Penny size hail fell at Highway 61 and
                             Church road south of Walls.

  De Soto County
    Olive Branch                0          0        10.00K     0.00K
    1 S Mineral Wells

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines across Olive Branch. A
                             tree was knocked down on to a house.

  Coahoma County
    Coahoma                     0          0        50.00K     0.00K
    1 WNW Friars Pt

                             Straight line winds produced a damage
                             path that continued from Phillips
                             County, Arkansas into Coahoma County.
                             The path began in Coahoma County near
                             Friars Point, where a grain bin was
                             destroyed and moved 100 yards. A
                             tractor and planter were also damaged.
                             The front of the Mt. Airy Baptist
                             Church was torn off and there was
                             structural damage to the Henry Martin
                             Garden Estate Apartments. In addition,
                             a house was picked up and moved seven
                             feet from its foundation. The path
                             continued into Coahoma where the
                             damage ended. In Coahoma a few homes
                             and a church had roof and structural
                             damage. Numerous trees and 80 to 90
                             power poles were snapped or knocked
                             down from Friars Point to Coahoma.

  De Soto County
    1 SE Handy Corner           0          0        1.50K      0.00K

                             Nickel size hail fell at the
                             intersection of Highway 302 and Center
                             Hill Road east of Olive Branch.

  Marshall County
    4 N Byhalia                 0          0        1.50K      0.00K

  De Soto County
    1 SE Handy Corner           0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Law enforcement measured a 72 mph wind
                             gust at the intersection of Highway 302
                             and Center Hill Road east of Olive
                             Branch.

  Marshall County
    2 SSW Barton                0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    4 N Byhalia

                             The Fire Department estimated a 60 mph
                             wind gust north of Byhalia.

  Coahoma County
    1 ESE Farrell               0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Coahoma County
    Lyon                        0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Coahoma County
    Lyon                        0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in Lyon.

  Coahoma County
    Lula                        0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Coahoma County
    Lula                        0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in Lulu.

  Marshall County
    1 SW Barton                 0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Marshall County
    Laws Hill                   0          2        50.00K     0.00K
    4 ESE Hudsonville

                             Straight line winds blew power lines
                             and about 70 trees down county-wide
                             including the area near Holly Springs,
                             where a tree fell on a house. A tree
                             also fell on a mobile home in
                             Hudsonville where two women were
                             slightly injured. Many county roads
                             were blocked by fallen trees.

  Quitman County
    2 SW Burgess                0          0        25.00K     0.00K

                             A tornado touched down briefly in West
                             Marks damaging several homes and a
                             metal building.

  Benton County
    Ashland                     0          0        2.00K      0.00K

  Benton County
    Hickory Flat                0          0       100.00K     0.00K
    2 WNW Ashland

                             Straight line winds produced widespread
                             damage from Ashland to Hickory Flat. A
                             large portion of the Holly Springs
                             National Forest just west of Snow Lake
                             Shores, along Highway 4, was completely
                             blown down. Extensive damage, including
                             numerous trees, downed power lines and
                             15 snapped power poles, was reported
                             in the Snow Lake Shores community.
                             Also in Snow Lake Shores, a carport
                             was destroyed and a vehicle was
                             crushed by a large tree. There was a
                             lot of tree damage along Liberty Road
                             and Pleasant Hill Road.

    Panola County
    6 SSE Curtis Station        0          0        40.00K     0.00K
    1 SSW Asa

                             Straight line winds blew numerous trees
                             and power lines down. A shop building
                             was also destroyed.

  Marshall County
    Watson                      0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding just
                             west of Watson. Watson Road had
                             eighteen inches of water over the road.

  Coahoma County
    1 NNE Baugh                 0          0        5.00K      0.00K
    4 E Lyon

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines across Coahoma County.

  Panola County
    Batesville                  0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Panola County
    1 SSW Chapeltown            0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds blew trees down
                             on Hughes Road.

  Tippah County
    Falkner                     0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Winds were estimated at 65 mph in
                             Falkner.

  Tallahatchie County
    4 WNW Enid                  0          2       175.00K     0.00K

                             A tornado touched down in Northeast
                             Tallahatchie County and then tracked
                             east southeast through the town of
                             Enid. The tornado then crossed into
                             Northwest Yalobusha County. Most of
                             the damage occurred in Tallahatchie
                             County from 4 miles west northwest of
                             Enid into the town of Enid. In total
                             28 homes were damaged or destroyed.
                             Three mobile homes were destroyed
                             while 10 homes suffered major damage
                             and 15 suffered had minor damage.
                             Numerous large trees were snapped or
                             uprooted and power poles were knocked
                             down. There were two minor injuries.

  Prentiss County
    Jumpertown                  0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds blew a few trees
                             down off of Highway 4 in Jumpertown.
                             Winds were estimated at 60 to 65 mph.

  Alcorn County
    2 NE Biggersville           0          0        12.00K     0.00K
    2 ENE Hightown

                             Straight line winds knocked down
                             several trees and power lines outside
                             of Biggersville on County Roads 514,
                             513, and 547.

  Yalobusha County
    4 N Oakland                 0          0        10.00K     0.00K
    4 SSW Enid Lake

                             A tornado tracked from Tallahatchie
                             County into Northwest Yalobusha County.
                             The weakening tornado knocked down a
                             few trees before lifting near Highway
                             32 northeast of Oakland.

  Lee County
    Tupelo                      0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Coahoma County
    Clarksdale                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    2 E Beverly

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding in
                             and around Clarksdale. The viaduct was
                             flooded at State Street. In addition, a
                             parking lot near the hospital was also
                             flooded.

  Tallahatchie County
    1 N Charleston              0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds blew trees down in
                             Charleston.

  Quitman County
    2 N Marks                   0          0        1.50K      0.00K

  Yalobusha County
    Oakland                     0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Lee County
    2 SSW Saltillo              0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             near the intersection of Natchez Trace
                             Parkway and Highway 45.

  Lee County
    Saltillo                    0          0        1.50K      0.00K

  Itawamba County
    Evergreen                   0          0        30.00K     0.00K
    Sand Spgs

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down county-wide in
                             Itawamba County.

  Tishomingo County
    Luke                        0          0        5.00K      0.00K
    2 N luka

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down north of Iuka.

  Itawamba County
    1 SSE Evergreen             0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Yalobusha County
    1 NNE Bruce Jet             0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in
                             Coffeeville.

  Lee County
    Mooreville                  0          0        1.50K      0.00K

  Itawamba County
    1 E Tremont                 0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Tallahatchie County
    1 ESE Teasdale              0          0        2.00K      0.00K
    2 W Enid

                             Straight line winds blew numerous
                             trees down on Enid Teasdale Road.

  Pontotoc County
    2 NE Buckhorn               0          0        30.00K     0.00K
    5 SE Randolph

                             Straight line winds blew a roof off of
                             a house and damaged another house
                             across the street. A few trees and
                             power lines were down in the area as
                             well.

  Panola County
    Longtown                    0          0        0.00K      0.00K
    Crowder

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding
                             county-wide in Panola County. Many
                             roads had water covering them.

  Calhoun County
    1 NNE Bruce Calhoun         0          0        4.00K      0.00K
    Co Arp
    Pittsboro

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down in Pittsboro.

  Yalobusha County
    3 NNE Oakland               0          0        2.00K      0.00K

  Yalobusha County
    3 NNE Oakland               0          0        4.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down on Interstate 55 at
                             mile marker 229.

  Yalobusha County
    8 ESE Coffeeville           0          0        2.00K      0.00K
    1 NNE Benwood

                             Straight line winds blew trees down
                             off of Highway 330 near Tyson.

  Chickasaw County
    Houston                     0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in
                             Houston.

  Calhoun County
    1 SSE Vardaman              0          0        10.00K     0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines along Highway 341 and
                             County Road 452. One tree fell on a
                             vehicle.

  Calhoun County
    Calhoun City                0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Chickasaw County
    Houston                     0          0        10.00K     0.00K

                             Straight line winds blew four to five
                             trees down in Houston and just south
                             of Houston.

  Monroe County
    1 E Amory                   0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds blew trees down
                             southeast of Amory.
                             A stationary front moved north as a
                             warm front during the day of May 10,
                             2008 as a strong upper level trough
                             moved into the Midsouth. Behind the
                             warm front, the atmosphere became very
                             unstable which allowed numerous
                             showers and thunderstorms to develop.
                             Some of the thunderstorms quickly
                             became severe and produced large hail,
                             damaging winds, a few tornadoes and
                             flash flooding into the early morning
                             hours of May 11th.

  De Soto County
    3 E Horn Lake               0          0        1.50K      0.00K

                             A warm front lifted north during the
                             morning of May 22, 2008. Showers and
                             thunderstorms developed along the
                             front. Some storms became severe
                             producing large hail.

  De Soto County
    1 SSW Cockrum               0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A spotter estimated a 60 mph gust at
                             the intersection of Allen Road and
                             Highway 305 in Southeast Desoto County.

  Tate County
    2 WSW Senatobia             0          0        1.50K      0.00K

                             Nickel size hail fell in Southwest
                             Senatobia.

  Lafayette County
    6 ENE Cambridge             0          0        1.50K      0.00K

                             Penny to nickel size hail fell about
                             4 miles west of Etta.

  Panola County
    Batesville                  0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Monroe County

    1 SSW Muldon                0          0        1.50K      0.00K

                             Nickel hail fell near the intersection
                             of Highway 25 and U.S. Highway 45 near
                             the Muldon community.

  Lafayette County
    1 SW Oxford                 0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             on Highway 6 in Oxford.

  Chickasaw County
    Pleasant Ridge              0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             along Highway 15 between Houston and
                             Woodland.

  Calhoun County
    3 SSE Sarepta               0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             on County Road 151 in Northeast Calhoun
                             County.

  Calhoun County
    1 NNW Bruce                 0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             in Bruce.

  Calhoun County
    1 NE Calhoun City           0          0        2.00K      0.00K

  Calhoun County
    1 ENE Calhoun City          0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             A COOP observer estimated a 60 mph gust
                             in Calhoun City.

  Calhoun County
    4 SE Big Creek              0          0        2.00K      0.00K
    4 SW Calhoun City

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             along Highway 8 about one mile west of
                             the Highway 8 and Highway 9 junction in
                             Southern Calhoun County.

                             A stationary front remained over the
                             Midsouth during the evening hours of
                             May 24, 2008. Showers and thunderstorms
                             developed along the front. Some storms
                             became severe with large hail and
                             damaging winds.

  Itawamba County
    3 NNE Fulton                0          0        4.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds blew trees down on
                             John Rankin Highway and Scenic Hills
                             Road.

  Prentiss County
    3 WNW Thrashers             0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding
                             outside of Booneville. County Road
                             1121 was closed due to excessive water.

  Tunica County
    1 NNW Robinsonsville        0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds blew power lines
                             down near Harrah's Casino.

  Lee County
    2 N Verona                  0          0        1.00K      0.00K

  Calhoun County
    4 SSE Big Creek             0          0        1.00K      0.00K

                             Straight line winds knocked down a
                             large tree on Highway 8 about 10 miles
                             southwest of Calhoun City.

  Prentiss County
    1 W Booneville              0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Highway 145 was impassable in
                             Booneville due to flooding.

                             An outflow boundary from a large
                             thunderstorm complex set off showers
                             and thunderstorms over the Midsouth
                             during the afternoon and evening hours
                             of May 26, 2008. Some of the activity
                             lingered into the morning hours of May
                             27th. The storms produced damaging
                             winds, large hail, and flash flooding.

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Amite County
    10 N Liberty                0          0        2.00K      0.00K

                             Several trees were blown down across
                             northern portions of the county.

                             Strong to severe thunderstorms moved
                             across southwest Mississippi as a
                             strong upper air disturbance and a
                             cold front moved across the area.

  Harrison County
    Gulfport                    0          0        25.00K     0.00K

                             Lightning struck a house causing a
                             fire in the attic.

  Harrison County
    Lyman                       0          0        8.00K      0.00K

                             Numerous trees and power lines were
                             knocked down in Lyman and at various
                             other locations across the county.
                             Also, a sign was blown down on Highway
                             49 near Lyman.

  Pearl River County
    Mc Neil                     0          0        8.00K      0.00K
    Picayune

                             Numerous trees and tree limbs were
                             blown down in the Picayune, Carriere,
                             and McNeil areas. One tree fell on a
                             house in Picayune.

  Jackson County
    Pascagoula                  0          0        1.50K      0.00K
    Wade

                             Trees were blown down in the Pascagoula
                             and Wade areas.
                             Widespread heavy rainfall and strong to
                             severe thunderstorms affected much of
                             south Mississippi over a two day
                             period. The adverse weather was the
                             result of a series of strong upper
                             level disturbances moving across the
                             lower Mississippi Valley in advance of
                             a strong and slow southward moving cold
                             front.

  Jackson County
    1 W Hurley                  0          0        0.00K      0.00K

                             Nickel to quarter size hail was
                             observed.
                             Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms
                             developed in a moist and unstable
                             atmosphere.

MISSISSIPPI, Southeast

    Perry County
    New Augusta                 0          0        10.00K     0.00K

                             High winds from a thunderstorm downed
                             trees in southeast Mississippi.

  Perry County
    New Augusta                 0          0        15.00K     0.00K
    Runnelstown

  Wayne County
    Clara                       0          0        15.00K     0.00K
    Waynesboro

                             High winds from thunderstorms downed
                             trees and powerlines across portions
                             of southeast Mississippi.

Location                     Character of Storm

MISSISSIPPI, Central

  Hinds County
    3 SSE Morgans            Hail (0.75)
    1 SW Terry

  Madison County
    1 SW Flora Lane Arpt     Hail (1.00)
    2 W Stokes

  Bolivar County
    1 NE Shelby              Hail (1.00)
    5 E Hushpuckena

  Bolivar County
    1 ESE Alligator          Hail (0.75)
    Booga Fld

  Bolivar County
    1 SSE Francis            Hail (1.00)
    1 E Eldridge

  Bolivar County
    3 NW Waxhaw              Hail (1.00)

  Bolivar County
    2 W Shelby               Hail (0.75)
    4 E Duncan

  Bolivar County
    6 W Lamont               Hail (0.75)
    2 E Benoit

                             A swath of penny sized hail fell from a
                             long lived supercell which produced a
                             tornado along the Washington/Bolivar
                             line and then another tornado Between
                             Benoit and Cleveland.

  Washington County
    3 WNW Winterville        Tornado (EF0)

                             Spotters viewed this tornado on the
                             ground just west of Winterville and
                             Lamont. The tornado had a little debris
                             which was thrown across a field just
                             west of Highway 1. The tornado was only
                             on the ground between 2 and 3 miles
                             with maximum winds around 85 mph. The
                             tornado did cross into extreme
                             southwest Bolivar County from far
                             northwest Washington County.

  Bolivar County
    2 W Lamont               Tornado (EF0)

                             Spotters viewed this tornado on the
                             ground just west of Winterville and
                             Lamont. The tornado had a little debris
                             which was thrown across a field just
                             west of Highway l. The tornado was
                             only on the ground between 2 and 3
                             miles with maximum winds around 85
                             mph. The tornado did cross into extreme
                             southwest Bolivar County from far
                             northwest Washington County.

  Bolivar County
    4 ENE Benoit Vly Fld     Tornado (EF1)
    5 WNW Cleveland

                             Numerous hardwood trees were snapped
                             and uprooted along the path along with
                             some power lines snapped in one
                             location. Maximum winds were around
                             105 mph.

  Bolivar County
    2 SSE Eutaw              Hail (0.75)
    5 W Boyle

  Bolivar County
    2 W Renova               Lightning

                             Five air conditioning units were
                             damaged by lightning which struck the
                             Bolivar County Correctional Facility.
                             All the units had to be replaced.

  Bolivar County
    Deeson                   Flash Flood
    1 N Beulah

                             Repetitive thunderstorms produced
                             locally heavy rain between 4 and 6
                             inches across the northern half of
                             Bolivar County. This rainfall flooded
                             numerous fields with standing water
                             covering large portions of farmland.
                             This high water damaged and killed
                             many crops which had to be replanted.

  Leflore County
    1 S Schlater             Thunderstorm Wind (60EG)

                             A portion of a metal awning was blown
                             off at a gas station.

  Washington County
    1 ESE Hollandale         Hail (0.75)
    3 ESE Darlove

  Leflore County
    1 SSE Ruby               Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             A few trees were blown down near Six
                             Mile Lake, one large tree was down
                             across the highway just north of Money.

  Leflore County
    1 ESE Money              Hail (1.00)

  Grenada County
    1 S Holcomb              Thunderstorm Wind (65EG)

                             A few power lines were blown down.

  Leflore County
    1 WNW Mayday             Tornado (EF1)

                             This tornado briefly touched down near
                             Morgan City. Numerous hardwood trees
                             were snapped and uprooted along the
                             short path. The most intense damage
                             occurred in a pecan grove just north
                             of the Yazoo River. One large tree fell
                             on a house causing significant damage.
                             Maximum winds were around 105 mph.

  Humphreys County
    3 NW Gooden Lake         Hail (0.75)
    1 N Castleman

  Grenada County
    Futheyville              Thunderstorm Wind (53EG)

                             A few trees were blown down, one tree
                             blocked a portion of Highway 8.

  Carroll County
    7 W Coila                Thunderstorm Wind (57EG)
    3 N Me Carley

                             Scattered trees were blown down across
                             a large portion of central Carroll
                             County.

  Issaquena County
    3 SW New Filler          Hail (0.75)
    5 E Valley Park

  Yazoo County
    1 E Campbellsville       Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Numerous large limbs were blown down
                             around Holly Bluff.

  Warren County
    1 WNW Grange Hall        Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             Multiple trees were blown down along
                             Grange Ferry and Fisher Ferry Roads on
                             the south side of Vicksburg.

  Jefferson County
    1 E Church Hill          Thunderstorm Wind (60EG)

                             Several trees were blown down on power
                             lines.

  Madison County
    1 SE Mansdale            Hail (1.00)

  Leake County
    3 S St Ann               Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A couple trees were blown down, one on
                             Jack Boot Road and the other blocking
                             Highway 429.

  Leake County
    1 SSE Edinburg           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A couple trees were blown down, one
                             blocked a portion of Highway 427.

  Franklin County
    1 N Roxie                Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             Several trees were blown down on power
                             lines.

  Lawrence County
    3 ENE Tilton             Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Numerous large limbs were blown down
                             around Oak Vale.

  Smith County
    5 SSE Sylvarena          Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             One large pecan tree was blown down
                             across Highway 531 along with numerous
                             large limbs.

  Smith County
    2 NW Burns               Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A few trees were blown down near Burns.

  Smith County
    3 SW Sylvarena           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A couple of trees were blown down near
                             the Leaf River.

  Smith County
    4 SE Center Ridge        Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A few trees were blown down.

  Covington County
    1 SW Collins Jaycee      Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    Arpt

                             A couple of trees were blown down,
                             one along Sunset Road.

  Smith County
    Taylorsville             Thunderstorm Wind (60EG)

                             Several trees were blown down around
                             town.

  Clarke County
    2 W Enterprise           Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)
    1 NE Stonewall

                             Several trees were blown down across
                             northwest Clarke County. A few were
                             down along I-50 just west of Enterprise
                             and others were down across roads
                             around Stonewall.

  Jasper County
    1 ESE Stringer           Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             Several trees were blown down along
                             County Road 1915 just east of Stringer.

  Lamar County
    1 SW Wardwell Station    Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A couple trees were blown down in West
                             Hattiesburg.

  Jones County
    Moselle                  Thunderstorm Wind (60EG)
    4 WNW Overt

                             Scattered trees were blown down across
                             the southern portion of Jones County.
                             One large tree was across Moselle Road.

  Clarke County
    1 S Snell                Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             A few trees were blown down across
                             area roads.

  Forrest County
    5 S Bonhomie             Thunderstorm Wind (68EG)
    5 WNW Mc Laurin

                             Several trees were blown down along
                             with some downed power lines and power
                             poles. Damage occurred along Browns
                             Bridge Road and around Elks Lake.

  Jones County
    2 WNW Blodgett           Thunderstorm Wind (65EG)
    2 N Ovett

                             Numerous trees were blown down around
                             Ovett and the Landrum Community. One
                             was down on a mobile home.

                             A large and powerful storm system
                             brought several rounds of severe
                             weather to a large section of the
                             Central United States. The Central
                             Plains were hit hard on Thursday, May
                             1st, while the Mid-South and Lower
                             Mississippi River Valley were
                             impacted on Friday, May 2nd into the
                             early morning hours of May 3rd. As this
                             severe weather episode evolved over the
                             National Weather Service Jackson, MS
                             service area, several tornadoes
                             occurred, along with large hail and
                             damaging winds.

  Bolivar County
    1 S Gunnison             Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             A few trees were blown down around
                             Gunnison.

  Grenada County
    3 NE Grenada Lake        Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A few trees were blown down.
                             A powerful mid May storm system
                             produced a severe weather outbreak
                             across the Southern Plains, Mid-South
                             and Southeast portion of the United
                             States. The Jackson, MS service area
                             was on the southern fringe and only saw
                             some scattered storms during the late
                             evening hours of May 10th. A few of
                             these storms became severe and produced
                             scattered wind damage across the
                             northwest portion of the service area.

  Smith County
    2 S Lingle               Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             A few trees were blown down along
                             county road 481.

  Smith County
    1 NNE Burns              Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             A few trees were blown down along
                             Highway 902 just north of Burns.

  Jasper County
    Montrose                 Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             A few trees and power lines were blown
                             down along Highway 15.

  Rankin County
    Star                     Lightning

                             A home was struck by lighting in Star.
                             Some electrical damage occurred to the
                             home.

  Washington County
    1 N Glen Allan           Flash Flood
    2 ENE Woodside

                             Heavy rain fell across the southern and
                             southeast portion of Washington County
                             during the early morning hours of the
                             15th. This area received 3 to 5 inches
                             of rain as slow moving storms tracked
                             across the area. Many roads were
                             flooded along with 7 homes taking in
                             water.

  Humphreys County
    1 E Belzoni              Flash Flood
    3 W Carter

                             Heavy rain, between 3 and 6 inches,
                             fell across the southern two thirds of
                             Humphreys County. Many streets and
                             roads were flooded around Belzoni,
                             with several of them closed due to
                             high water. Many farm roads and fields
                             were under water across the southern
                             portion of the county which caused
                             damage to young crops.

  Issaquena County
    1 SE Mayersville         Flash Flood
    7 S Grace

                             Heavy rainfall, between 5 and 7 inches,
                             fell across most of northern Issaquena
                             County. A few homes were flooded in the
                             county along with numerous county roads
                             under water. Many farm fields were
                             partially under water which caused
                             damage to the young crops.

  Sharkey County
    1 NW Rolling Fork        Flash Flood
    1 NNW Panther Burn

                             Heavy rainfall, between 5 and 8 inches,
                             fell across a large portion of central
                             and northern Sharkey County. Several
                             homes were flooded around Rolling Fork
                             along with numerous county roads under
                             water. Many farm fields were partially
                             under water which caused damage to the
                             young crops.

  Yazoo County
    4 SE Bayland             Flash Flood
    3 E Patosi

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across the northwest portion of
                             Yazoo County. Several roads were
                             flooded along with a portion of
                             Highway 49 in the Eden Community.
                             Additionally, many farm fields were
                             partially under water which
                             damaged young crops.

  Hinds County
    3 N Nogan                Flash Flood

                             Heavy rainfall, between 2 and 3 inches,
                             fell across Downtown Jackson and caused
                             several areas to flood with many roads
                             under water.

  Issaquena County
    1 SE Fitler              Flash Flood
    New Fitler

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across central Issaquena County
                             and caused several roads to flood.

  Madison County
    2 SW Ridgeland           Flash Flood
    3 SE Rocky Hill

                             Heavy rainfall, between 2 and 4 inches,
                             fell across a portion of Madison
                             County. The south side of Highland
                             Colony Parkway was flooded by a foot
                             of water and the road was impassable.

  Smith County
    Lorena                   Flash Flood
    2 NW Klein

                             Heavy rainfall, between 4 and 6 inches,
                             fell across a portion of northern Smith
                             County. The heavy rain resulted in
                             several roads flooded.

  Scott County
    1 NE Morton              Flash Flood
    2 SW Independence

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across a large portion of southern
                             Scott County. This rainfall resulted in
                             several roads being flooded and some
                             businesses flooded in Forest.

  Marion County
    3 NE Cheraw              Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A couple of trees were blown down in
                             the Lampton Community.

  Newton County
    4 E Blunts               Flash Flood
    4 SW Duffee

                             Heavy rainfall, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across a good portion of Newton
                             County. Several roads, in the central
                             portion of the county, had sections
                             under water. These included McNeil,
                             Ridge, Garrison and Poplar Roads.

  Madison County
    1 W Gluckstadt           Flash Flood

                             Several inches of rain caused portions
                             of Gluckstadt Road to be covered in
                             water.

  Lamar County
    1 ESE Purvis             Tornado (EF1)
    3 SE Okahola

                             This tornado began on the east side of
                             Purvis, here it downed some limbs and
                             small trees. The tornado intensified
                             and widened at it approached and
                             crossed Interstate 59 near Black Creek.
                             Numerous trees and large limbs were
                             snapped along the path as it moved
                             through the area between the
                             interstate and Highway 49.
                             Additionally, a couple homes and
                             outbuildings were damaged by limbs or
                             trees falling on them. The tornado
                             intensified again and narrowed as it
                             approached Highway 49 and the south
                             gate of Camp Shelby. A number of large
                             trees were downed along the highway,
                             and from there to the actual gate of
                             Camp Shelby. One large tree fell on a
                             mobile home on the east side of Highway
                             49, destroying it. Shingles were
                             pulled off a couple commercial
                             buildings along the highway as well and
                             2 power poles were snapped. This area
                             was where the tornado reached its
                             maximum intensity. As the tornado moved
                             across Camp Shelby, it remained narrow,
                             but not as intense, with winds likely
                             in the 70 to 80 mph range. The tornado
                             downed numerous large limbs and
                             sporadic trees as it moved across the
                             base. One large tree fell on base
                             quarters home, causing serious damage
                             to it, and another tree fell on a
                             vehicle, destroying it. Some other
                             minor roof damage was noted. The
                             tornado continued causing sporadic tree
                             damage as it crossed Highway 98 near
                             the Perry County line where it
                             dissipated. Maximum winds were around
                             105 mph. The total path length across
                             Lamar and Forrest Counties was 15
                             miles.

  Forrest County
    6 NNW Rock Hill          Tornado (EF1)
    1 E Ragland

                             This tornado began on the east side of
                             Purvis, here it downed some limbs and
                             small trees. The tornado intensified
                             and widened at it approached and
                             crossed Interstate 59 near Black
                             Creek. Numerous trees and large limbs
                             were snapped along the path as it
                             moved through the area between the
                             interstate and Highway 49.
                             Additionally, a couple homes and
                             outbuildings were damaged by limbs or
                             trees falling on them. The tornado
                             intensified again and narrowed as it
                             approached Highway 49 and the south
                             gate of Camp Shelby. A number of large
                             trees were downed along the highway,
                             and from there to the actual gate of
                             Camp Shelby. One large tree fell on a
                             mobile home on the east side of Highway
                             49, destroying it. Shingles were pulled
                             off a couple commercial buildings
                             along the highway as well and 2 power
                             poles were snapped. This area was where
                             the tornado reached its maximum
                             intensity. As the tornado moved across
                             Camp Shelby, it remained narrow, but
                             not as intense, with winds likely in
                             the 70 to 80 mph range. The tornado
                             downed numerous large limbs and
                             sporadic trees as it moved across the
                             base. One large tree fell on base
                             quarters home, causing serious damage
                             to it, and another tree fell on a
                             vehicle, destroying it. Some other
                             minor roof damage was noted. The
                             tornado continued causing sporadic tree
                             damage as it crossed Highway 98 near
                             the Perry County line where it
                             dissipated. Maximum winds were around
                             105 mph. The total path length across
                             Lamar and Forrest Counties was 15
                             miles.

  Forrest County
    4 WSW Mc Laurin          Tornado (EF1)

                             This tornado occurred just south of the
                             first, longer track tornado, and was
                             on the ground for just over a mile. A
                             concentrated path of trees, in a
                             convergent pattern, was blown down.
                             Additionally, half the roof of a small
                             church was peeled off.

  Forrest County
    1 ESE Petal              Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A few trees were blown down off Kennedy
                             Road.
                             Multiple rounds of storms evolved over
                             the region starting late on the 14th
                             and lasted through the 15th. This
                             produced several areas of heavy
                             rainfall across the forecast area. The
                             region that experienced the greatest
                             rainfall was across Northeast
                             Louisiana, and West Central Mississippi
                             where 5 to 8 inches fell. The other
                             area of heavy rain was along Interstate
                             20, through Central and East Central
                             Mississippi. Here, 3 to 6 inches fell.
                             All this heavy rain resulted in flash
                             flooding across the area. The severe
                             weather was more scattered in nature,
                             but what did occur was mainly damaging
                             winds and located across the southern
                             half of the area.

  Lowndes County
    1 NW Caledonia           Hail (0.88)

  Claiborne County
    3 E Galloway             Bail (0.75)

  Simpson County
    4 NNE Martinville        Hail (0.75)

  MSZ066

                             Strong Wind
  Rankin County
    2 WNW Puckett            Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A few trees were blown down.

  Rankin County
    2 WNW Mayton             Hail (0.75)

                             Dime to penny sized hail fell just
                             north of Puckett.

  Madison County
  3 ENE Mansdale             Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             A tree and a power line were blown down
                             along Stribling Road.

  Madison County
    Livingston               Hail (0.75)

  Clarke County
    3 S Stonewall            Hail (0.75)

  Madison County
    3 W Ridgeland            Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A few trees were blown down off Old
                             Agency Road.

  Madison County
    3 E Gluckstadt           Lightning

                             Lightning struck a home off
                             Deerfield Dr.

  Warren County
    2 ENE Rose Hill          Thunderstorm Wind (60EG)

                             Several trees were blown down off
                             Freetown Road.

  Madison County
    1 NW Madison Station     Flash Flood

                             Locally heavy rain caused a portion of
                             I-55, near exit 108, to be covered with
                             water.

  Madison County
    2 W Flora                Flash Flood
    2 SSW Flora Lane Arpt

                             Locally heavy rain, between 4 and 7
                             inches, fell in western and southwest
                             Madison County. A gauge in Flora
                             measured 6.5 inches. Several streets
                             and roads in the Flora area were closed
                             due to high water between 1 and 2 feet
                             deep.

                             Our region saw numerous showers and
                             thunderstorms develop during the
                             afternoon hours on May 22nd and push
                             south to north across the area.
                             Scattered storms became severe and
                             produced a mix of hail, damaging winds
                             and locally heavy rainfall.

  Leflore County
    1 NE Tinter City         Hail (0.75)

  Bolivar County
    6 E Benoit               Hail (0.75)

  Clay County
    1 SW Whites              Hail (1.75)
    2 ESE Tibbee

                             A swath of quarter to golf ball sized
                             hail fell across a portion of eastern
                             Clay County. The storm basically moved
                             south, just east of Highway 45, and
                             through the east side of West Point.
                             The severe hail continued as the storm
                             moved into western Lowndes County.

  Lowndes County
    1 NNE Mayhew             Hail (1.25)
    1 NNE Crawford

                             A swath of nickel to half dollar sized
                             hail fell across all of western Lowndes
                             County as a storm moved from north to
                             south along the Highway 45 corridor.

  Webster County
    3 W Montevista           Thunderstorm Wind (53EG)

                             A few trees and a power line were blown
                             down just north of Bellefontaine.

  Noxubee County
    3 NW Macon Muni Arpt     Hail (0.75)
    4 NNW Brooksville

                             A swath of penny sized hail fell across
                             north central and central portions of
                             Noxubee County.

  Leake County
    Thomastown               Lightning

                             Lighting struck a church on Beamon
                             Road and caused a fire.

  Noxubee County
    Brooksville              Thunderstorm Wind (65EG)

                             Power lines were blown down just west
                             of Brooksville.

  Oktibbeha County
    4 W Starkville           Hail (0.75)
    3 WNW Starkville
    Bryan Arp

  Noxubee County
    2 SSE Brooksville        Thunderstorm Wind (70EG)
    2 SW Macon Muni Arpt

                             A swath of 70 to 80 mph winds occurred
                             from an intense thunderstorm which
                             moved south across central Noxubee
                             County from near Brooksville to Macon.
                             Numerous trees along with several power
                             lines and power poles were blown down
                             along the path and around Macon.
                             Several homes and businesses suffered
                             roof damage and a few business sings
                             were blown down as well. One home
                             sustained roof damage from a fallen
                             tree along Piney Woods Road.

  Leake County
    2 NNW Wiggins            Hail (0.75)

  Scott County
    1 S Lake                 Hail (0.75)

  Lauderdale County
    5 N Marion               Hail (0.75)

  Hinds County
    1 N Clinton              Thunderstorm Wind (53EG)
    1 SE Bolton

                             A few trees were blown down across
                             central Hinds County.
                             Scattered thunderstorms developed
                             across the northern portion of the
                             area on May 24th and 25th. A few of
                             these storms became severe and
                             produced a mix of hail and wind damage
                             across the north. Areas around West
                             Point, MS received golf ball sized hail
                             while areas between Brooksville and
                             Macon, MS were hit by 70 to 80 mph
                             winds which caused damage to homes,
                             businesses and downed many trees and
                             power lines.

  Lowndes County
    5 S (CBM)Columbus Afb    Hail (0.75)

  Forrest County
    2 SSE Petal              Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A couple trees were blown down.

  Lowndes County
    3 S (CBM)Columbus Atb    Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A power line was blown down off Mike
                             Perra Road and a tree was down off
                             Stinson Creek Road.

  Forrest County
    2 SE Eatonville          Lightning

                             A home was struck by lightning.

  Jasper County
    1 SW Heidelberg          Thunderstorm Wind (65EG)

                             Several trees were blown down just
                             southwest of Heidelberg. One vehicle
                             was heavily damaged by a fallen tree
                             in this area as well.

  Smith County
    1 S Taylorsville         Hail (1.00)

  Lowndes County
    1 S New Hope             Thunderstorm Wind (55EG)

                             A couple trees were blown down, one
                             tree landed on a horse.

  Lowndes County
    1 NNW Mc Crary           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A few trees were blown down off Mt.
                             Vernon Road.

  Lowndes County
    3 N New Hope             Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A couple trees were blown down.

  Marion County
    2 NW Kokomo              Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             A few trees were blown down near the
                             county line.

  Marion County
    1 ESE Fortenberry        Flash Flood
    2 SSW Columbia

                             A slow moving cluster of thunderstorms
                             dumped 4 to 6 inches in rain across
                             central Marion county causing the worst
                             flooding in 10 years in and around
                             Columbia. All the rain fell in 1 to 2
                             hours which flooded nearly all the
                             streets in Downtown Columbia and
                             several surrounding roads. Around 40
                             businesses suffered either minor or
                             major flooding as 1 to 4 feet of water
                             impacted those buildings. A tremendous
                             amount of merchandise was damaged,
                             varying from books to wood furniture,
                             by the flood water. In addition to the
                             businesses, nearly a dozen homes were
                             flooded around town as well.

  Clay County
    1 NE West Pt             Thunderstorm Wind (53EG)

                             A few trees and power lines were blown
                             down around West Point.

  Choctaw County
    4 NW Chester             Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Numerous large limbs were blown down
                             across the Natchez Trace.

                             An early summer type pattern developed
                             across the region briefly and brought
                             scattered afternoon thunderstorms to
                             the area. A few of these became severe
                             and brought some damaging winds and a
                             little small hail.

  Yazoo County
    1 WSW Norway             Flash Flood
    4 WNW Jonestown

                             A slow moving cluster of thunderstorms
                             dumped 4 to 7 inches of rain across
                             portions of Yazoo County. In the city,
                             6.59 inches of rain was measured.
                             Numerous roads and streets were
                             flooded. Several dozen vehicles were
                             flooded along with 30 homes and
                             businesses.

  Madison County
    1 S Flora                Flash Flood
    3 ESE Gluckstadt

                             Heavy rain, between 3 and 5 inches,
                             fell across a large portion of Madison
                             County and caused many streets and
                             areas roads to flood. Areas from
                             Flora, to Gluckstadt to Canton were
                             impacted by flooded roads.

  Rankin County
    3 W Goshen Spgs          Flash Flood
    1 WSW Pisgah

                             Locally heavy rain fell across northern
                             Rankin County near Sand Hill and Goshen
                             Springs. Several area roads were under
                             water in this area as 4.58 inches were
                             measured at Goshen Springs.

  Warren County
    1 WSW Stout              Flash Flood
    National Cemetery

                             Locally heavy rain, between 3 and 4
                             inches, quickly fell across Vicksburg
                             and caused flooding across portions of
                             the city. Several streets were under
                             water with some vehicles under water.
                             A couple of people had to be rescued
                             from their flooded vehicles, no
                             injuries were reported.
                             A few clusters of slow moving
                             thunderstorms evolved across central
                             Mississippi during the morning hours of
                             May 28th. Some localized areas from
                             Yazoo County, across Madison County
                             into Extreme northern Rankin County
                             saw 4 to 6 inches of rain. Some flash
                             flooding occurred with portions of
                             Yazoo County receiving the brunt of
                             the flooding and damage.

MISSISSIPPI, North

  Lafayette County
    Abbeville                Hail (0.75)

  Tunica County
    Clayton                  Hail (0.75)

  De Soto County
    2 ESE Cub Lake           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked down a few
                             trees on Arkabutla Dam Road.

  Panola County
    2 ESE Batesville         Hail (1.75)

  Panola County
    Batesville Panola Ar     Hail (1.25)

                             Half Dollar size hail fell at the
                             Panola County Airport.

  Lafayette County
    1 WSW Oxford             Hail (0.75)

                             Penny size hail fell on the University
                             of Mississippi Campus.

  Panola County
    1 ESE Rock Hill          Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    1 SSE Batesville
    Panola Ar

                             Straight line winds produced damage to
                             six homes in Butler Estates outside of
                             Sardis. In addition, a tree fell onto
                             a house off of Bill Wallace Road.

  Coahoma County
    7 SSW Clarksdale         Hail (0.88)

  Union County
    1 W Etta                 Hail (1.75)

  Coahoma County
    1 S Lyon                 Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds damaged numerous
                             homes in the 400 blocks of Andrews
                             Avenue and Cunningham Avenue. One home
                             on Andrews Avenue lost half of the
                             roof. Several trees and some fencing
                             were also knocked down in the area.

  Union County
    1 N Poolville            Tornado (EF2)
    1 SE Enterprise

                             The tornado first touched down in the
                             Enterprise community in Western Union
                             County near County Road 46 where a
                             couple of sheds were destroyed and
                             trees were uprooted. The intensifying
                             tornado moved northeast causing damage
                             to the roofs and exterior walls of
                             several homes. The tornado was at its
                             most powerful as it crossed State
                             Highway 30. A gas station canopy and
                             sign along with several large buildings
                             were damaged. One large metal building
                             suffered moderate damage. There was
                             roof damage to a church and the
                             steeple was knocked down. Many trees
                             were knocked down and several power
                             poles were snapped. A large bus was
                             flipped on to its side. The tornado
                             lifted near County Road 51 or about 2
                             miles northeast of Enterprise. There
                             was minor damage in this area with
                             several large trees uprooted and minor
                             roof damage to a home. Along the entire
                             track about 20 homes suffered at least
                             some damage.

  Union County
    1 SSW Glenfield          Tornado (EF2)

                             A tornado touched down in the Glenfield
                             area and the Colonial Gardens
                             subdivision of New Albany and damaged
                             at least 10 homes. In the Glenfield
                             area, a gas station canopy was damaged
                             and several trees were uprooted.
                             Several houses also had minor shingle
                             damage. The tornado intensified as it
                             moved into the Colonial Gardens
                             subdivision where two homes suffered
                             total roof loss along with some
                             exterior wall collapse. More trees were
                             snapped off and uprooted in this area
                             as well.

  Union County
    2 NNE Baker              Tornado (EF1)
    2 E Keownville

                             A tornado tracked non-continuously
                             across the Pleasant Hill and Keownville
                             areas. In the Pleasant Hill area, a
                             home had a porch torn off along with
                             some roof damage. A very large tree was
                             also uprooted. The tornado touched down
                             again along State Highway 30 in
                             Keownville where several grain bins
                             were heavily damaged, a shed was
                             destroyed and several trees were
                             uprooted. Further to the northeast
                             along Highway 30, another home had a
                             partial collapse of a garage wall along
                             with minor damage to the roof.

  Prentiss County
    1 SSW Blackland          Tornado (EF1)
    5 NW Thrashers

                             A tornado touched down in the Blackland
                             community and tracked non-continuously
                             across Northwest Prentiss County before
                             moving into Alcorn County. In Blackland
                             trees were knocked down and a few
                             outbuildings had there roofs blown off.
                             The tornado lifted then touched down
                             again along County Road 7100 where
                             additional trees were downed and a
                             house was damaged by a fallen tree.
                             The tornado continued northeast across
                             Highway 4 between Jumpertown and
                             Booneville where a local business had
                             its roof blown off. Several
                             outbuildings were also destroyed and
                             shingles were ripped off the roofs of
                             several homes. More damage was
                             observed near the intersection of
                             County Road 8200 and Highway 45 where
                             a tree hit a mobile home. The tornado
                             then tracked into Alcorn County.

  Tate County
    Senatobia                Hail (0.75)

  Alcorn County
    Hinkle                   Hail (0.88)

  Quitman County
    7 WNW Lambert            Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    2 NNE Barksdale

                             Straight line winds blew the roofs off
                             of a garage and a workshop, northwest
                             of Lambert.

  Alcorn County
    1 S Rienzi               Tornado (EF1)

                             A tornado tracked from Northwest
                             Prentiss County into Alcorn county
                             near the town of Rienzi. In Alcorn
                             county one house had roof damage while
                             another house suffered siding damage
                             and a couple of columns had to be
                             replaced. Numerous trees were also
                             knocked down. The tornado lifted about
                             2 miles east-northeast of Rienzi.

  Prentiss County
    2 W Booneville           Hail (2.00)

  Coahoma County
    1 S Clarksdale           Flash Flood

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding in
                             Clarksdale. In Crossroads Estates, 26
                             apartments were reported flooded. Also,
                             a few roads and yards were covered
                             with water as a result.

  De Soto County
    2 E South Haven          Flash Flood
    3 ESE Horn Lake

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding near
                             Southaven. A few streets had water
                             covering them as a result.

  De Soto County
    1 N Bright               Hail (0.88)

                             Dime to nickel size hail fell at the
                             intersection of Byhalia Road and Malone
                             Road outside of Hernando.

  De Soto County
    1 NNW Bright             Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds blew trees down on
                             Byhalia Road at the intersection of
                             Malone Road outside of Hernando.

  De Soto County
    South Haven              Hail (1.00)

  Lafayette County
    3 N Oxford               Hail (0.75)

  Lafayette County
    1 SE Oxford              Flash Flood

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding
                             along University Drive in Oxford.

  Yalobusha County
    Bruce Jct                Thunderstorm Wind (43EG)

                             Straight line winds ripped part of the
                             roof off the Coffeeville Insurance
                             Agency.

  Tippah County
    Falkner                  Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             in Falkner.

  Calhoun County
    1 NNE Bruce              Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    1 WSW Bruce Hasting
    Arpt

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines in Bruce.

  Union County
    2 SE Keownville          Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked down
                             several large trees and caused shingle
                             damage to two homes.

  Pontotoc County
    2 WNW Buckhorn           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    5 S Randolph

                             Straight line winds knocked down power
                             lines about 5 miles south of Randolph.

                             A cold front approached the Midsouth
                             during the afternoon hours of May 2nd,
                             2008, Numerous showers and
                             thunderstorms developed ahead and
                             along the front. Storms quickly became
                             severe and produced large hail,
                             damaging winds, flash flooding and a
                             few tornadoes. The severe weather
                             continued into the early morning hours
                             of May 3rd, 2008 with the passage of
                             the front.

  Lee County
    2 WSW (TUP)Lemons        Tornado (EF3)
    Arpt Tup
    3 N Flowerdale

                             The initial tornado touchdown occurred
                             1.5 miles west of the Tupelo Regional
                             Airport. The tornado traveled northeast
                             across Northern Lee County moving just
                             north of the Tupelo Regional Airport.
                             The tornado reached its maximum
                             intensity as it hit the Furniture
                             Market Mississippi building on Coley
                             Road and Chesterville Road. The tornado
                             continued to produce significant
                             damage on North Gloster Road near the
                             Barnes Crossing Mall. The tornado
                             continued moving northeast and crossed
                             U.S. Highway 45 where it struck a farm
                             supply store. Several cars were damaged
                             by flying debris, tractor trailers were
                             overturned and part of the supply
                             store roof was torn off. Next to the
                             farm supply store, a marine and outdoor
                             store was also hit where several boats
                             were damaged and the roof was partially
                             torn off. Also, a large hardware store,
                             a medical complex and a Mississippi
                             Department of Transportation district
                             office were among other buildings
                             damaged. The tornado moved northeast
                             uprooting and snapping large trees as
                             well as producing minor roof damage to
                             several homes before lifting about 3
                             miles south southeast of Saltillo.

  Itawamba County
    2 N Ratliff              Tornado (EF2)
    1 WSW Kirkville

                             The initial tornado touchdown occurred
                             in the Palestine community in extreme
                             Northwest Itawamba County. Numerous
                             large trees were uprooted or snapped.
                             Several homes had partial roof damage.
                             One home was severely damaged when a
                             large part of its roof was torn off.
                             The tornado lifted near the Natchez
                             Trace Parkway about one mile southwest
                             of Kirksville.

  Tallahatchie County
    1 WNW Charleston         Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked trees and
                             power lines down in Charleston. A tree
                             was also knocked on to a house.

  Lee County
    Saltillo                 Flash Flood

                             Three inches of rain in one hour
                             produced flash flooding in Saltillo.
                             Water Street, Willow Bend Circle and
                             Old Saltillo Road were all flooded.
                             Three homes were flooded.

  Lafayette County
    1 WNW Abbeville          Tornado (EF0)

                             A weak tornado touched down in
                             Abbeville and moved northeast causing
                             minor damage to nine homes and one
                             mobile home. Numerous large tree
                             branches were snapped along County
                             Roads 244, 294 and 296. The tornado
                             lifted about 2 miles northeast
                             of Abbeville.

  Tishomingo County
    2 E Dennis               Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds heavily damaged a
                             farm shop on County Road 86 east of
                             Dennis. A shed was also destroyed.

  Tishomingo County
    1 NW Tishomingo          Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds damaged a trailer
                             and busted windows out of a vehicle in
                             Tishomingo. Trees were knocked down
                             along Highway 25 just north of
                             Tishomingo.

  Monroe County
    Prairie                  Thunderstorm Wind (61EG)

  Tishomingo County
    1 SSE Dennis             Hail (0.75)

                             A weak warm front was located across
                             North Mississippi during the morning of
                             May 8th, 2008. Isolated thunderstorms
                             began developing along the front. One
                             thunderstorm quickly became severe and
                             produced a significant tornado.
                             Damaging winds, large hail, flash
                             flooding and a weak tornado occurred
                             from other thunderstorms.

  Tunica County
    Robinsonsville           Hail (0.88)

  Tate County
    2 NNW Strayhorn          Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds blew trees down on
                             Blue Goose Road north of Strayhorn.

  De Soto County
    1 WNW Walls              Thunderstorm Wind (61EG)

                             The public estimated a 70 mph wind
                             gust in Walls.

  De Soto County
    2 E Horn Lake Desoto     Flash Flood
    Arp

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding at
                             Interstate 55 and Rasco Road in
                             Southaven resulting in at least one
                             traffic accident.

  De Soto County
    Walls Twinkle Town F     Hail (0.75)

                             Penny size hail fell at Highway 61 and
                             Church road south of Walls.

  De Soto County
    Olive Branch             Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    1 S Mineral Wells

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines across Olive Branch. A
                             tree was knocked down on to a house.

  Coahoma County
    Coahoma                  Thunderstorm Wind (96EG)
    1 WNW Friars Pt

                             Straight line winds produced a damage
                             path that continued from Phillips
                             County, Arkansas into Coahoma County.
                             The path began in Coahoma County near
                             Friars Point, where a grain bin was
                             destroyed and moved 100 yards. A
                             tractor and planter were also damaged.
                             The front of the Mt. Airy Baptist
                             Church was torn off and there was
                             structural damage to the Henry Martin
                             Garden Estate Apartments. In addition,
                             a house was picked up and moved seven
                             feet from its foundation. The path
                             continued into Coahoma where the
                             damage ended. In Coahoma a few homes
                             and a church had roof and structural
                             damage. Numerous trees and 80 to 90
                             power poles were snapped or knocked
                             down from Friars Point to Coahoma.

  De Soto County
    1 SE Handy Corner        Hail (0.88)

                             Nickel size hail fell at the
                             intersection of Highway 302 and Center
                             Hill Road east of Olive Branch.

  Marshall County
    4 N Byhalia              Hail (0.88)

  De Soto County
    1 SE Handy Corner        Thunderstorm Wind (63MG)

                             Law enforcement measured a 72 mph wind
                             gust at the intersection of Highway 302
                             and Center Hill Road east of Olive
                             Branch.

  Marshall County
    2 SSW Barton             Thunderstorm Wind (52EG)
    4 N Byhalia

                             The Fire Department estimated a 60 mph
                             wind gust north of Byhalia.

  Coahoma County
    1 ESE Farrell            Hail (0.75)

  Coahoma County
    Lyon                     Hail (0.75)

  Coahoma County
    Lyon                     Thunderstorm Wind (52EG)

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in Lyon.

  Coahoma County
    Lula                     Hail (0.75)

  Coahoma County
    Lula                     Thunderstorm Wind (52EG)

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in Lulu.

  Marshall County
    1 SW Barton              Hail (0.75)

  Marshall County
    Laws Hill                Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    4 ESE Hudsonville

                             Straight line winds blew power lines
                             and about 70 trees down county-wide
                             including the area near Holly Springs,
                             where a tree fell on a house. A tree
                             also fell on a mobile home in
                             Hudsonville where two women were
                             slightly injured. Many county roads
                             were blocked by fallen trees.

  Quitman County
    2 SW Burgess             Tornado (EF1)

                             A tornado touched down briefly in West
                             Marks damaging several homes and a
                             metal building.

  Benton County
    Ashland                  Hail (1.00)

  Benton County
    Hickory Flat             Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    2 WNW Ashland

                             Straight line winds produced widespread
                             damage from Ashland to Hickory Flat. A
                             large portion of the Holly Springs
                             National Forest just west of Snow Lake
                             Shores, along Highway 4, was completely
                             blown down. Extensive damage, including
                             numerous trees, downed power lines and
                             15 snapped power poles, was reported
                             in the Snow Lake Shores community.
                             Also in Snow Lake Shores, a carport
                             was destroyed and a vehicle was
                             crushed by a large tree. There was a
                             lot of tree damage along Liberty Road
                             and Pleasant Hill Road.

    Panola County
    6 SSE Curtis Station     Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    1 SSW Asa

                             Straight line winds blew numerous trees
                             and power lines down. A shop building
                             was also destroyed.

  Marshall County
    Watson                   Flash Flood

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding just
                             west of Watson. Watson Road had
                             eighteen inches of water over the road.

  Coahoma County
    1 NNE Baugh              Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    4 E Lyon

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines across Coahoma County.

  Panola County
    Batesville               Hail (0.75)

  Panola County
    1 SSW Chapeltown         Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds blew trees down
                             on Hughes Road.

  Tippah County
    Falkner                  Thunderstorm Wind (65EG)

                             Winds were estimated at 65 mph in
                             Falkner.

  Tallahatchie County
    4 WNW Enid               Tornado (EF1)

                             A tornado touched down in Northeast
                             Tallahatchie County and then tracked
                             east southeast through the town of
                             Enid. The tornado then crossed into
                             Northwest Yalobusha County. Most of
                             the damage occurred in Tallahatchie
                             County from 4 miles west northwest of
                             Enid into the town of Enid. In total
                             28 homes were damaged or destroyed.
                             Three mobile homes were destroyed
                             while 10 homes suffered major damage
                             and 15 suffered had minor damage.
                             Numerous large trees were snapped or
                             uprooted and power poles were knocked
                             down. There were two minor injuries.

  Prentiss County
    Jumpertown               Thunderstorm Wind (56EG)

                             Straight line winds blew a few trees
                             down off of Highway 4 in Jumpertown.
                             Winds were estimated at 60 to 65 mph.

  Alcorn County
    2 NE Biggersville        Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    2 ENE Hightown

                             Straight line winds knocked down
                             several trees and power lines outside
                             of Biggersville on County Roads 514,
                             513, and 547.

  Yalobusha County
    4 N Oakland              Tornado (EF0)
    4 SSW Enid Lake

                             A tornado tracked from Tallahatchie
                             County into Northwest Yalobusha County.
                             The weakening tornado knocked down a
                             few trees before lifting near Highway
                             32 northeast of Oakland.

  Lee County
    Tupelo                   Hail (0.75)

  Coahoma County
    Clarksdale               Flash Flood
    2 E Beverly

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding in
                             and around Clarksdale. The viaduct was
                             flooded at State Street. In addition, a
                             parking lot near the hospital was also
                             flooded.

  Tallahatchie County
    1 N Charleston           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds blew trees down in
                             Charleston.

  Quitman County
    2 N Marks                Hail (0.88)

  Yalobusha County
    Oakland                  Hail (0.75)

  Lee County
    2 SSW Saltillo           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             near the intersection of Natchez Trace
                             Parkway and Highway 45.

  Lee County
    Saltillo                 Hail (0.88)

  Itawamba County
    Evergreen                Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    Sand Spgs

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down county-wide in
                             Itawamba County.

  Tishomingo County
    Luke                     Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    2 N luka

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down north of Iuka.

  Itawamba County
    1 SSE Evergreen          Hail (0.75)

  Yalobusha County
    1 NNE Bruce Jet          Thunderstorm Wind (52EG)

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in
                             Coffeeville.

  Lee County
    Mooreville               Hail (0.88)

  Itawamba County
    1 E Tremont              Hail (0.75)

  Tallahatchie County
    1 ESE Teasdale           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    2 W Enid

                             Straight line winds blew numerous
                             trees down on Enid Teasdale Road.

  Pontotoc County
    2 NE Buckhorn            Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    5 SE Randolph

                             Straight line winds blew a roof off of
                             a house and damaged another house
                             across the street. A few trees and
                             power lines were down in the area as
                             well.

  Panola County
    Longtown                 Flash Flood
    Crowder

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding
                             county-wide in Panola County. Many
                             roads had water covering them.

  Calhoun County
    1 NNE Bruce Calhoun      Thunderstorm Wind (50FG)
    Co Arp
    Pittsboro

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down in Pittsboro.

  Yalobusha County
    3 NNE Oakland            Hail (1.00)

  Yalobusha County
    3 NNE Oakland            Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds blew trees and
                             power lines down on Interstate 55 at
                             mile marker 229.

  Yalobusha County
    8 ESE Coffeeville        Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    1 NNE Benwood

                             Straight line winds blew trees down
                             off of Highway 330 near Tyson.

  Chickasaw County
    Houston                  Thunderstorm Wind (52EG)

                             Winds were estimated at 60 mph in
                             Houston.

  Calhoun County
    1 SSE Vardaman           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             and power lines along Highway 341 and
                             County Road 452. One tree fell on a
                             vehicle.

  Calhoun County
    Calhoun City             Hail (0.75)

  Chickasaw County
    Houston                  Thunderstorm Wind (40EG)

                             Straight line winds blew four to five
                             trees down in Houston and just south
                             of Houston.

  Monroe County
    1 E Amory                Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds blew trees down
                             southeast of Amory.
                             A stationary front moved north as a
                             warm front during the day of May 10,
                             2008 as a strong upper level trough
                             moved into the Midsouth. Behind the
                             warm front, the atmosphere became very
                             unstable which allowed numerous
                             showers and thunderstorms to develop.
                             Some of the thunderstorms quickly
                             became severe and produced large hail,
                             damaging winds, a few tornadoes and
                             flash flooding into the early morning
                             hours of May 11th.

  De Soto County
    3 E Horn Lake            Hail (0.88)

                             A warm front lifted north during the
                             morning of May 22, 2008. Showers and
                             thunderstorms developed along the
                             front. Some storms became severe
                             producing large hail.

  De Soto County
    1 SSW Cockrum            Thunderstorm Wind (60EG)

                             A spotter estimated a 60 mph gust at
                             the intersection of Allen Road and
                             Highway 305 in Southeast Desoto County.

  Tate County
    2 WSW Senatobia          Hail (0.88)

                             Nickel size hail fell in Southwest
                             Senatobia.

  Lafayette County
    6 ENE Cambridge          Hail (0.88)

                             Penny to nickel size hail fell about
                             4 miles west of Etta.

  Panola County
    Batesville               Hail (0.75)

  Monroe County

    1 SSW Muldon             Hail (0.88)

                             Nickel hail fell near the intersection
                             of Highway 25 and U.S. Highway 45 near
                             the Muldon community.

  Lafayette County
    1 SW Oxford              Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             on Highway 6 in Oxford.

  Chickasaw County
    Pleasant Ridge           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             along Highway 15 between Houston and
                             Woodland.

  Calhoun County
    3 SSE Sarepta            Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             on County Road 151 in Northeast Calhoun
                             County.

  Calhoun County
    1 NNW Bruce              Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             in Bruce.

  Calhoun County
    1 NE Calhoun City        Hail (1.00)

  Calhoun County
    1 ENE Calhoun City       Thunderstorm Wind (52EG)

                             A COOP observer estimated a 60 mph gust
                             in Calhoun City.

  Calhoun County
    4 SE Big Creek           Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    4 SW Calhoun City

                             Straight line winds knocked down trees
                             along Highway 8 about one mile west of
                             the Highway 8 and Highway 9 junction in
                             Southern Calhoun County.

                             A stationary front remained over the
                             Midsouth during the evening hours of
                             May 24, 2008. Showers and thunderstorms
                             developed along the front. Some storms
                             became severe with large hail and
                             damaging winds.

  Itawamba County
    3 NNE Fulton             Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds blew trees down on
                             John Rankin Highway and Scenic Hills
                             Road.

  Prentiss County
    3 WNW Thrashers          Flash Flood

                             Heavy rain produced flash flooding
                             outside of Booneville. County Road
                             1121 was closed due to excessive water.

  Tunica County
    1 NNW Robinsonsville     Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds blew power lines
                             down near Harrah's Casino.

  Lee County
    2 N Verona               Hail (0.75)

  Calhoun County
    4 SSE Big Creek          Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Straight line winds knocked down a
                             large tree on Highway 8 about 10 miles
                             southwest of Calhoun City.

  Prentiss County
    1 W Booneville           Flash Flood

                             Highway 145 was impassable in
                             Booneville due to flooding.

                             An outflow boundary from a large
                             thunderstorm complex set off showers
                             and thunderstorms over the Midsouth
                             during the afternoon and evening hours
                             of May 26, 2008. Some of the activity
                             lingered into the morning hours of May
                             27th. The storms produced damaging
                             winds, large hail, and flash flooding.

MISSISSIPPI, South

  Amite County
    10 N Liberty             Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             Several trees were blown down across
                             northern portions of the county.

                             Strong to severe thunderstorms moved
                             across southwest Mississippi as a
                             strong upper air disturbance and a
                             cold front moved across the area.

  Harrison County
    Gulfport                 Lightning

                             Lightning struck a house causing a
                             fire in the attic.

  Harrison County
    Lyman                    Thunderstonn Wind (50EG)

                             Numerous trees and power lines were
                             knocked down in Lyman and at various
                             other locations across the county.
                             Also, a sign was blown down on Highway
                             49 near Lyman.

  Pearl River County
    Mc Neil                  Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    Picayune

                             Numerous trees and tree limbs were
                             blown down in the Picayune, Carriere,
                             and McNeil areas. One tree fell on a
                             house in Picayune.

  Jackson County
    Pascagoula               Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    Wade

                             Trees were blown down in the Pascagoula
                             and Wade areas.
                             Widespread heavy rainfall and strong to
                             severe thunderstorms affected much of
                             south Mississippi over a two day
                             period. The adverse weather was the
                             result of a series of strong upper
                             level disturbances moving across the
                             lower Mississippi Valley in advance of
                             a strong and slow southward moving cold
                             front.

  Jackson County
    1 W Hurley               Hail (1.00)

                             Nickel to quarter size hail was
                             observed.
                             Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms
                             developed in a moist and unstable
                             atmosphere.

MISSISSIPPI, Southeast

    Perry County
    New Augusta              Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)

                             High winds from a thunderstorm downed
                             trees in southeast Mississippi.

  Perry County
    New Augusta              Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    Runnelstown

  Wayne County
    Clara                    Thunderstorm Wind (50EG)
    Waynesboro

                             High winds from thunderstorms downed
                             trees and powerlines across portions
                             of southeast Mississippi.
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