Multiple Tornadoes Confirmed by NWS After Friday Night’s Storms

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Severe storms that ravaged the state of Arkansas on January 10-11, 2020 resulted in numerous reports of storm damage and the first few tornadoes of the year.

The National Weather Service offices in Tulsa, OK, Little Rock, AR and Jackson, MS have surveyed some of the damage and confirmed a total of ten tornadoes as of Monday evening.

  • Logan County, near Midway: EF-2 Tornado. stimated wind peak between 111 and 135 mph. Path length was 13.6 miles.
  • Lonoke County, near the Seaton Community: EF-1 Tornado. Estimated wind peak between 86 and 110 mph. Path length was 130 yards.
  • Franklin County, near Ozark: EF-1 Tornado. Estimated wind peak between 95 and 105 mph. Path length was 3.9 miles.
  • Drew County, just south of Jerome: EF-1 Tornado. Path length was 0.8 miles.
  • Ashley County, near Milo: EF-1 Tornado. Estimated wind peak of 105 mph. Path length was 9.38 miles.
  • Ashley County, near West Crossett: EF-1 Tornado. Estimated wind peak of 108 mph. Path length was 4.47 miles.
  • Ashley County, near North Crossett: EF-1 Tornado. Estimated wind peak of 100 mph. Path length was 10.38 miles.
  • Ashley County, Hamburg to Montrose: EF-2 Tornado. Estimated wind peak of 130 mph. Path length was roughly 19 miles.
  • Chicot County, 1 miles S of Lake Village: EF-1 Tornado. Estimated wind peak of 99 mph. Path length was 0.17 miles.
  • Chicot County, 2 miles WNW of Lake Village: EF-1 Tornado. Estimated wind peak of 100 mph. Path length was 8.27 miles.

Surveys are still ongoing in southeast Arkansas. The tornado count may increase or damage may be ruled a result of straight line winds. Check back for more updates.

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