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Ryan Vaughan Feb 21
Several storm chasers are going to be in the area on Saturday. If you see them out and about, show them some Region 8 hospitality! Several have already told us that they will be staying in contact with us to pass along life saving information.
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Todd Yakoubian 3h
The 1st half of March should have below average temperatures and above average precipitation.
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NWS Little Rock 6m
If there is a limiting factor for severe weather on Saturday (Feb 23), it is the timing of the event. Prime time for severe storms is usually from 2 pm to 10 pm. This is when the atmosphere is often the most warm/unstable. This event will unfold earlier in the day.
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Kristen Kennedy 8h
(1/4) The potential for flash flooding exists again today with more rain and storms on the way, but tomorrow is the bigger story with the potential for severe weather. The zones of concern have shifted eastward a bit with the highest chance of severe weather in east AR
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Ozarks Weather 23s
If you are traveling across the Ozarks tonight take it slow. The Dense Fog is getting pretty bad in spots already, less than 1/4 of a mile.
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Rick Katzfey 14h
Scattered showers and thunderstorms more numerous this morning then lesser chances this afternoon and evening. Then more showers and thunderstorms will become likely with a cold front Saturday after sunrise.
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Melissa Hall 3h
Here's the latest on the storms we're expecting tomorrow. And when will the sunshine finally return?
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Mariel Ruiz 7h
NEW SPC Update adjusts the Enhanced Risk to include more NE counties
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Zachary Hall🌩 5h
Drive 5 hours to eastern Arkansas to chase tornadoes tomorrow? I think yes. We need a solid Dixie Chase before the plains take over.
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ArkStormReport 13h
ASR Weather Alert: Flash Flood Warning for Bradley, Calhoun, Cleveland, Desha, Drew and Lincoln County in AR until 8:30am CST Friday.
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Eric Lancaster Feb 19
It's 33 degrees, pouring rain, lightning, with a wind chill of 24. It's the motherlode of all slaps to the face for those of us who prefer our water white and fluffy. This is beyond insulting.
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Todd Yakoubian 10h
Euro screaming winter isn’t over yet. However, I refuse to believe at this point
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Austin Burkes 24m
A watch is not expected but SPC is watching parts of southeast Arkansas for a possible severe thunderstorm or two.
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Ozarks Weather 4h
The National Weather Service in Little Rock has issued a *Wind Advisory* for the following counties: Boone, Marion, Newton & Searcy from 10AM Saturday until Midnight Saturday. *Wind gusts in excess of 40mph will be possible.
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Jeff Baskin 55m
Rain and storms to start of the weekend with the threat of severe weather, but much needed sunshine around the corner in your forecast next on
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RC_Weather 23h
Potential for tornado outbreak & highly likely severe wind event this weekend in AR, W half’s KY & TN, SE MO, & potentially S IL & IN. Depending on how far warm front move north more parts of IL & IN might be impacted something I’m monitoring
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Sam Lillo 21m
PDS TOR soundings with 60kt storm motions. Paints a scary picture for E AR, W TN, and N MS tomorrow.
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Jeff Baskin 1h
Slow moving band of rain means a very soggy evening for Central Arkansas.
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Michael Stohs 2h
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Beth Finello 2h
WIND ADVISORY has been issued for northwest Arkansas from 9 AM Saturday morning through 9 PM Saturday evening. Wind gusts up to 40 mph are possible. Tie down loose outdoor items and travel with caution.
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