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Severe Weather and Flash Flooding Expected This Weekend

There will be a threat for severe weather Saturday evening through Sunday morning as a storm system moves across the area. The greatest area of concern will be along and north of I-20, where the best potential for damaging wind gusts and tornadoes should exist. The potential for heavy downpours from this afternoon into the weekend raises concerns for additional flash flood potential. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Feb. 25, 2018 at 12:04:20 am CST

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A slight risk of severe storms continues tonight over the ArkLaMiss Delta while the remainder of the forecast area remains under a marginal risk as a squall line moves across the area overnight. Damaging winds will pose the greatest threat although an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
A line of showers and thunderstorms tonight will have the potential to bring an additional 1-2" of rainfall to the area. Due to the recent heavy rainfall earlier this week, flash flooding will occur more easily during heavy rains. Please exercise caution when driving, especially in low-lying areas.
As rain and storms form again Sunday afternoon, flash flooding will become a concern yet again. Another 1-2" of rainfall can be expected from Sunday afternoon through early Monday morning.

 

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