A large segment of Mississippi has a threat for severe weather on Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
Rain, Damaging winds, hail and a possible tornado are the main threats.
The most likely part of the state that could see severe weather is central MS north, focused around north and northeast MS.
From the NWS:
A few severe storms are possible Monday along and south of a line from Helena-West Helena, Arkansas to Bolivar, Tennessee to Decaturville, Tennessee. The best chance for severe weather will be across north-central and northeast Mississippi Monday afternoon into the early evening. Damaging winds will be the main threat. A tornado is possible along with large hail.