Tomorrow looks fairly big, as the key is the sun! If the prefrontal junk gets out of here and the sun comes out, then like I said, get ready! If a secondary low forms and moves through Arkansas, then we are in trouble assuming the sun is shining... Things can/do change quickly, but there is a lot of potential and it needs to be watched very closely! 0z NAM looks bad, 0z GFS not so much? However, at this point, you might as well throw the models out. All you need to do is look at the sky around 18z. Sun = Trouble! Real Observations!
*Expect the worst for Starkville around 0z... (I'll give a range of 5-9pm)