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WATCH LIVE: Gov. Bryant holds press conference on storm damage

The Governor is holding a press conference to address the damage in the state. Source: WDAM The Governor is holding a press conference to address the damage in the state. Source: WDAM
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Governor Phil Bryant and multiple emergency management officials are holding a news conference at the Forrest County EMA beginning at 3:30 p.m. to address storm damage in the state. 

Those in attendance will be Gov. Phil Bryant, MEMA Executive Director Lee Smithson, Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny Dupree, Petal Mayor Hal Marx and other officials.

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The National Weather Service surveyed damage in Hattiesburg, Petal, Forrest County, Lamar County, and Perry County Saturday afternoon and released a preliminary report. 

According to NWS, the storm was at least an EF-3 storm that weakened into an EF-2 storm once it hit Perry County. 

For more information on damage reports, click here. 

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