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Fast-moving Thursday storm leaves some damages behind

July 22, 2018 // 1 Comment

Workers used a truck-mounted crane Saturday morning to remove a large tree limb from a house in New Albany’s Northside neighborhood, where a fast-moving Thursday storm damaged large old trees. Workers clear limbs from roof as damage assessment continues. This tree fell on the house at 613 Cleveland Street, near [Continue Reading]

Record rainfall brings damage due to erosion, flooding

February 26, 2018 // 0 Comments

Record rainfall, with more expected this week, has caused damage in Union County and throughout north Mississippi. Some weather watchers have reported 13 inches of rain in Union County so far during the month of February, while forecasts call for more rain this week. Union County rainfall of 10.06 inches in February, [Continue Reading]

UPDATED: Landslide worsens on HWY 178 in Lee County, detour in place

February 25, 2018 // 0 Comments

UPDATED: February 26, 2:40 PM UPDATE: Mississippi Department of Transportation Geotechnical Division has been sent to land slide on State Route 178 to take core samples and survey the damage. The saturated slope continued to slide overnight and has impacted about 300 feet of roadway. The highway will be closed for the [Continue Reading]

Rain falls in New Albany, but more is needed

November 15, 2016 // 0 Comments

New Albany, MS- According to our favorite local weather reporter, Joe Wilson, of New Albany, our city received a little rain during the past night. Joe tells us that his rain gauge registered 0.46 inch of moisture, which fell between 2:00 AM and 3:00 AM on the morning of November 15th. Even with this shower, [Continue Reading]