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Series of Storms to Impact the West Coast

Powerful Pacific storms will keep conditions wet and windy for much of the West, especially, from northern California to western Washington. Heavy rains may produce flooding early to mid week. Heavy snow will make travel difficult from the Cascades to the northern Rockies. Snow showers continue near the Great Lakes, otherwise, dry conditions and gusty winds can be expected for much of the East. Read More >

Overview

 
A line of strong to severe thunderstorms moved from eastern Oklahoma and into northwest Arkansas and southwest Missouri during the late evening hours of April 25, 2017. Shortly after 1 AM CDT on April 26, the line of storms developed a bowing segment as it was approaching the Arkansas/Missouri state line. An embedded circulation produced an EF-1 tornado that tracked to the northeast from near Beaver, AR to Golden, MO. The tornado produced a lot of tree damage along it's roughly 16 mile path across the state line. No injuries or fatalities were observed with this tornado. 
Storm Reports for April 25th, 2017
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