Dangerous weather conditions issued in Louisiana and Mississippi

by: Paul Dailey, WGN-TV Weather Team



Tornado Watches/Warnings in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama

Three tornado watches, highlighting a “particularly dangerous situation,” were issued for parts of Louisiana and Mississippi beginning early Tuesday afternoon and later in the afternoon into the evening hours — actually after midnight — along with two more tornado watches for parts of Mississippi and Alabama updates easternmost sections (see outlined area on map).
As of 8:30 p.m. CST, 15 tornadoes have been sighted, 13 of them in Mississippi. There were many reports of downed trees and power lines, significant damage apparently occurring in and south of Bassfield in south-central Mississippi, about halfway between Gulfport and Jackson, where a wedge tornado was sighted. There were 25 major hail and 15 wind damage reports in addition to the 15 tornado sightings for a total of 57 severe storm reports as of 8:30 p.m.

6 p.m. CDT Tuesday

  • All the ingredients for supercell/tornado evolution are present
  • Strong SW Jet Stream at 30,000 feet
  • 50 mph low level jet (surface to 5,000 ft) with converging winds and subsequent air lift/climb
  • Strong cold front approaching from the west
  • Warm, humid, unstable air carried north from the Gulf of Mexico
  • Air diverging above – enhances rising air from below – promotes supercell development

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