Short Fused Warning

LA067-022215-
BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
409 PM CDT FRI MAY 2 1997

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON HAS ISSUED A TORNADO WARNING EFFECTIVE UNTIL 515 PM CDT
FOR PEOPLE IN THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS...

IN NORTHEAST LOUISIANA

...MOREHOUSE PARISH

AT 406 PM DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A TORNADO ABOUT 6 MILES WEST OF COLLINSTON. THE STORM WAS MOVING EAST AT
45 MPH...AND WILL MOVE NEAR THE COMMUNITIES OF COLLINSTON AND BASTROP BY 425 PM.

IN ADDITION...THE STORM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO PRODUCE HAIL OVER 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER AND VERY STRONG...DAMAGING WIND.

THIS IS A DANGEROUS STORM. MOVE QUICKLY TO UNDERGROUND SHELTER IF AVAILABLE. OTHERWISE...GO TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE
LOWEST FLOOR. AVOID WINDOWS. LEAVE CARS AND MOBILE HOMES FOR A STURDY BUILDING.
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