Severe storms possible in Arkansas

Severe storms possible in Arkansas

A squall line is expected to pass through the area. bringing the threat for damaging wind gusts in excess of 60 miles per hour. hail larger than quarters. and a few tornadoes. Otherwise, large hail and damaging winds are expected.Preparedness actions.Review your severe weather safety procedures for the possibility of unsafe weather today.

The storms are fueled by a strong jet stream surging into the eastern half of the country, blasting atop a warm and increasingly humid air mass, according to the Weather Channel. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has a (#1) Marginal Risk of severe weather tomorrow surrounding the Slight Risk.

Everyone needs to have the WAVE 3 News Weather app downloaded and configured, devices charged and a NOAA Weather Radio in alert mode ready to go. With more storms on the way, the timing with severe weather awareness week couldn't be more fitting. If you get May-like weather conditions, you can get May-like severe weather. While tornado threat is a huge concern, the greatest threat with tornadoes lies with any discrete cells that develop during the afternoon hours. Storms this afternoon are already firing and eroding the cap in the atmosphere. Primary threats: large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes (some could be strong).

2 until 6 pm there's a chance for discrete supercells to form.

The Jackson County Sheriff's Office released a statement Monday night regarding areas in northern Jackson County heavily damaged by the storm.

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Between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m., the temperature is forecast to drop from the low 50s down to the freezing mark behind a passing cold front.

A tornado watch and severe thunderstorm watch were issued for several parts of Illinois Tuesday night.

Tornado spotters reported 23 twister sightings in Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Tennessee and in on Tuesday evening, the National Weather Service said.

Forecasters are most concerned about damaging winds this time around.

Strong winds elsewhere in the Plains spread wildfires in Texas.