Supercells rip through Mid-South

(It WAS a rather rough ride around my farm, especially with the NWS radar offline for work – DD)
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Supercell storms rip through southern states leaving millions at risk for dangerous tornadoes
The National Weather Service confirmed that several tornadoes touched down in Mississippi

(FOX) Several southern states were battered overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning by major storms that spawned dangerous tornadoes.
Counties across Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana were under a tornado watch Wednesday as a severe supercell storm system trekked across the United States.
The National Weather Service confirmed that several tornadoes have touched down in Mississippi through Tuesday evening, leaving a path of destruction in their wake.
No injuries were reported as heavy thunderstorms extended from eastern Texas to Georgia and as far north as Indiana.
People were also impacted by heavy rain and large hail as multiple tornadoes touched down in the South.
Just before 5 a.m. Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service based out of Birmingham, Alabama, tweeted out an urgent warning to residents confirming that a tornado had touched down just southwest of Tallassee. The tweet warned residents to "take cover immediately!"…Read the rest
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