Just one week after severe weather rolled through the area, it appears more is on its way.

According to the National Weather Service of Jackson, Mississippi, as a warm front moves north through the region late Wednesday afternoon and evening, severe storms capable of quarter sized hail, damaging winds and possibly a tornado will be the concern. Much of the storm activity will be across northern Mississippi near or soon after midnight.

Confidence is increasing in a more significant severe weather event occurring on Thursday; most likely Thursday afternoon into evening. Severe storms capable of tornadoes, damaging winds, and hail to the size of golf balls are all possible. Some tornadoes may be strong and long track.

As always, prepare accordingly with extra batteries and essentials for potential power outages.