Shelter-in-place may have multiple meanings on Easter Sunday.
According to the National Weather Service in Jackson, weather models are predicting a likely severe weather outbreak on Sunday morning that could last through Sunday evening.
Long track and strong tornadoes are possible, along with hail and flash flooding NWS said on Friday evening.
Sunflower County, along with most of the central part of Mississippi, is at Moderate risk for a severe weather outbreak. There is only one designation higher and that is High risk.
The timing for the system’s arrival in the Delta shapes up to be around 5 a.m. at the earliest, the models predicted as of Friday.
They system could last until 10 p.m.
The National Weather Service plans to hold a Facebook Live Chat on Saturday night at 6:30 to update the public on the latest forecast and preparedness information.
Click here to access the NWS' Facebook page.