VICTORIA, Miss. — A man says he ran for his life after he encountered a possible tornado on Tuesday. It was part of a storm system that left a trail of damage in Marshall County. Tennail Richard was on his Marshall County property working in his shed when the powerful storm hit, according to WREG .
“I had seconds to think about how I was going to survive this storm. I kept thinking about the lake. I can’t swim, but I got to go to the lake,” he said.
A dangerous storm system in the Gulf of Mexico strengthened on Thursday to become Tropical Storm Barry.
The storm is the second named storm of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season, and is expected to make landfall on the Louisiana coast Saturday as a strengthened hurricane, according to the National Hurricane Center.
The storm is unusually slow-moving — crawling at just 5 mph as of Thursday afternoon EDT — meaning it has the potential to dump a tremendous amount of rain as it lingers over the same places for extended periods of time. Continue at Source: Tropical Storm Barry is set to wreak havoc on weekend travel — here’s what you need to know about flights
A major winter storm that has brought some of the coldest temperatures of the season covered a large swath of the U.S. in snow as it wreaked …
A winter storm is expected to bring snow and mixed precipitation over the weekend, which is expected to result in treacherous travel conditions.