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Last Map Update: Fri, Mar. 24, 2017 at 12:49:28 pm CDT

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There will be an enhanced chance of severe weather across south central Arkansas and slight chance of severe weather across the remainder of the State for this afternoon and evening. A line of thunderstorms is expected to develop and sweep across the state. Strong and damainging wind is the primary concern with this event.
This is a simulation of what the radar could look like as a line of strong thunderstorms crosses the state. The line of storms will continue moving to the east through the evening, reaching the Mississippi River Saturday Morning.
Understanding what severe weather risk categories actually mean.
Drought conditions or abnormally dry conditions exist over a good part of the state. The overall weatrher pattern looks to be unsettled for the next week or so to help with these dry conditions.

 
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