Tornadoes have been reported for most of Mississippi

The National Weather Service has issued a hurricane in many parts of the state.

The National Weather Service says the storm could hit at 10 p.m.

Meteorologist Patten Garrison wrote on Twitter that the storm caused heavy rain.

In addition, with frequent lightning strikes, hurricanes became more dangerous in the coming hours.

Along with these strong winds, hail and tornadoes can also form.

This watch covers most of the WLBT viewing area.

Except for Wilkinson, Amity, Walthal and Pike.

The watch area includes the following counties: Adams, MS/Attala, MS/Bolivar, MS/Carroll, MS/Choctaw, MS/Claiborne, MS/Clarke, MS/Clay, MS/ Copiah, MS

the watch area includes the following counties: Covington, MS/Forrest, MS/Franklin, MS/Grenada, MS/Hinds, MS/Holmes, MS/Humphreys, MS/Issaquena, MS/Jasper, MS/Jefferson, MS/Jefferson Davis, MS/Jones, MS/Kemper, MS

the watch area includes the following counties: Oktibbeha, MS/Rankin, MS/Scott, MS/Sharkey, MS/Simpson, MS/Smith, MS/Sunflower, MS/Warren, MS/Washington, MS/Webster, MS/Winston, MS/Yazoo, MS