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Storms prompt numerous warnings; skycams view storms

By: weathernms, 6:55 PM GMT on October 31, 2009

Strong storms prompted the National Weather Service Offices to issue numerous tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings across Eastern and portions of Southern Mississippi Friday afternoon.

Storms prompt numerous warning; skycams view storms

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Pacific Ocean temperatures surpass typical El Nino levels

By: weathernms, 3:14 PM GMT on October 30, 2009

According to Australia's weather bureau, ocean surface temperatures in the central equatorial Pacific have continued to warm and now surpass levels typical of an El Nino event by their greatest margin of the year.

Pacific Ocean temperatures surpass typical El Nino levels

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Severe Weather Awareness Day; tornado counties and November violent tornadoes

By: weathernms, 12:48 PM GMT on October 21, 2009

Today is being observed as Severe Weather Awareness Day across the South as the secondary severe weather season approaches.

Mississippi Tornado Counties since 1990

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New Weather Satellite Launched for military defense: DMSP satellite

By: weathernms, 5:17 AM GMT on October 19, 2009

DMSP will be used for strategic and tactical weather prediction to aid the U.S. military in planning operations at sea, on land, and in the air.


New Weather Satellite Launched

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Heavy rain and flash flooding Tuesday night; rainfall totals

By: weathernms, 6:54 PM GMT on October 14, 2009

Heavy rain led to numerous flash flood warnings with extensive flash flooding reported in some areas.

Heavy rain and flash flooding Tuesday night; rainfall totals

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First tornado fatality in Mississippi in 4 years; U.S. tornado fatalities

By: weathernms, 10:29 PM GMT on October 12, 2009

The tornado fatality that occurred in Washington County on Friday, October 9th was the first death from a tornado in Mississippi in 4 years or since 2005.


First tornado fatality in Mississippi in 4 years

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Tornadoes confirmed from severe storms on Friday

By: weathernms, 10:03 PM GMT on October 10, 2009

Tornadoes have been confirmed from severe storms on Friday in Northern Mississippi.

Tornadoes confirmed from severe storms on Friday

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One person killed as severe storms sweep across parts of Mississippi

By: weathernms, 1:02 AM GMT on October 10, 2009

A strong to severe line of storms moved into Western Mississippi, just before noon, and swept east across the state with damaging winds and possible tornadoes.

One person killed as severe storms sweep across parts of Mississippi

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September tornado reports lowest in many years

By: weathernms, 9:12 PM GMT on October 08, 2009

It was unusually quiet last month when it comes to tornadoes-so I went and looked at past data from the Storm Prediction Center through 2000 and then looked at data from the National Climatic Data Center and found that the month of September recorded the lowest number of tornado reports since the early 1950s!!!


September tornado reports lowest in many years

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First October 2009 rains

By: weathernms, 4:24 PM GMT on October 02, 2009

The first rains of October 2009 moved across the state Thursday night and early Friday morning, with average rainfall amounts from 1/2 inch up to 1 inch, across the state.

First October rainfall amounts...............

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Beautiful day to end September 2009; skycam views

By: weathernms, 4:44 AM GMT on October 01, 2009

The last day of September 2009 was beautiful across the state of Mississippi.

This was truly a top 10 day for the state and not a bad way to end the month, after days of rainfall, with several locations setting new September rainfall records.

Skycam views-September 30th.......................

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