One of the mightiest storms to hit the U.S. mainland in recent years, Ian flooded communities before plowing across the peninsula to the Atlantic seaboard. Local power companies said more than 2.5 million homes and businesses in Florida remained without power.
Morning thundershowers will give way to increasing heat and humidity in the afternoon, June 29. Thunderstorms may develop in the evening and become severe with damaging wind and large hail as the primary threats.
The tornado was “likely wrapped in damaging downburst winds” for portions of its path, which included Little Toad Lake, Toad Lake and Wolf Lake, ending around two miles southeast of Menahga, according to the National Weather Service.