Thunderstorms move through Northeast Mississippi

By NEMS Daily Journal

A few reports of wind damage from around Northeast Mississippi as storms moved through Wednesday evening. National Weather Service forecast says storms have moved through for the evening.

Damage reports from the National Weather Service:
0710 PM SEVERAL TREES DOWN ALONG HIGHWAY 345 FROM 1 MILE SOUTH OF CHERRY CREEK NORTH TO INCLUDE CHERRY CREEK IN PONTOTOC COUNTY.

0746 PM ABERDEEN – AWNING OVER THE GAS PUMPS DAMAGED AND BLOWN OFF FROM GAS STATION ALONG HWY 145 NORTH IN ABERDEEN.

0755 PM AMORY – SEVERAL TREES DOWN ACROSS HIGHWAY 25 SOUTH OF BECKER

0805 QUINCY – POWER LINES DOWN BETWEEN ATHENS AND QUINCY IN MONROE COUNTY.

0812 PM – DAMAGE TO A MOBILE HOME AND DAMAGE TO OUTDOOR STORAGE BUILDINGS ON SIPSEY-DETROIT ROAD A MILE AND A HALF WEST OF THE ALABAMA STATE BORDER.

National Weather Service Forecast

Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 70. East northeast wind around 5 mph.

Thursday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 48. East wind around 5 mph.

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