LATE MONDAY/EARLY TUESDAY | Strong to severe storms may develop very late Monday night/early Tuesday morning across parts of our area. Damaging wind gusts, isolated tornadoes, and pockets of large hail will be possible.
This will be an overnight threat for most of the area, with much of the area staying rain-free through most of Monday. We’ll continue to monitor the latest information, and bring you more updates as we move closer to Tuesday morning.
National Weather Service:
Thunderstorms are likely across Southern Arkansas and Northeast and North Central Louisiana Tuesday morning, mainly east of a line from Magnolia, AR, to Many, LA. Some storms could be severe.
Damaging winds will be the primary threat, but isolated tornadoes and large hail will be possible. In addition, locally heavy rainfall amounts could result in isolated flooding. The storms should exit the area by late Tuesday morning.
Thunderstorms are possible Wednesday afternoon across portions of Southern Arkansas and Northeast and North Central Louisiana, but severe weather is not anticipated.
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