Mccomb Mississippi Weather

Mississippi was hit by severe storms again Thursday when two tornadoes struck southern Mississippi, killing one and damaging dozens of buildings. The National Weather Service said there was an "increased risk" of severe thunderstorms in the Mississippi Valley and parts of central and southern Alabama on Thursday. Both tornadoes caused minor damage to numerous homes, several homes suffered major damage, some were blown off roofs.

Parts of southern Mississippi, including Forrest, Stone and Pearl River counties, still have the potential for severe weather. Some reports of fallen trees and power lines, power outages and damage to buildings were reported in Hattiesburg, Jackson, Starkville and other areas.

On this page you can understand moisture and dew point propagation and their effects on the weather forecast. All forecasts are based on the Universal Time Code (UTC), so you can estimate what the forecast might be at a given time by using the time before, after or at any time you want.

While temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly. While temperatures can fall at night, sweltering days are usually followed by sweltering nights, and temperatures rarely drop below 73 degrees. The warmest time of the year is usually in early to mid-August, where the peak is regularly 93.7 degrees.

The least humid day of the year is January 29, with two muggy and three humid days. Skies are likely to be in the mid to high 70s and low 80s in the first half of August.

The wettest month is July (70-2), and the least humid months are August (60-3), September (50-4), October (40-5), November (30-6), December (20-7), February (10-8), March (9-10), April (8-9), May (7-12), June (6-11), July and August. If you are looking for a very warm time to visit McComb for general outdoor activities, the hottest months will be August, July and then June. Based on the tourism score, there is a 50% chance of visiting McCombs for warm weather activities. The most likely time of year for a visit from McComb to a "very warm" time is based on this value.

This year, given the humidity, temperatures feel comfortable, but the probability of rain at the end of December is 50%, and the probability of rain at the beginning of January or early February is 20%.

The windiest day of the year is February 25, and the wind can reach up to 30 km / h in some areas and less than 10 km / h in others.

Different types of precipitation are observed every day, with the exception of trace amounts, but the most frequent form of precipitation during the year is rain alone, with the classification based on the amount of rain and snow that falls on the same day. The precipitation value, based on a three-hour precipitation rate around the hour in question, falls linearly and amounts to 10% precipitation. Rain or snow falls within one hour of the average wind speed, which is less than 1.0 km / h during that hour. This excludes hours when the mean wind direction is outside the four directions, such as the north, south, east, west and west.

The cloud cover falls linearly and is 10% on a clear sky and 1.5% on an overcast sky.

The quietest day of the year is 29 July, with an average cloud cover of about 1.5% under clear skies and 2.7% under cloudy skies.

The maximum sustained wind speed for a day that lasts longer than a few moments is the highest since late February or early March, when the average top speed is about 20 miles per hour, which is considered moderate wind. Maximum sustained winds of 20 to 30 km / h are considered light breezes with an average of about 1.5 to 2.0 km / h.

The maximum sustained wind speed for a day that lasts longer than a few moments is the highest since late February or early March.

The maximum sustained wind speed for a day that lasts longer than a few moments is the highest since late February or early March, according to NOAA.

The maximum sustained wind speed for a day that lasts longer than a few moments is the highest since late February or early March, according to NOAA.

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