LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- There are several reports of storm damage after severe storms hit counties across Arkansas Friday in Saturday.
According to the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management and National Weather Service reports:
Pulaski County –
Widespread power outages.Extensive tree damage and power lines down in the Shady Grove area. Roof damage reported to several homes, along with chimney damage. Numerous large limbs and powerlines down in the 7400 block of Arch Street. Downed trees reported across Southwest and West Little Rock.
Severe thunderstorms last night caused extensive damage in AR. 51,000 currently out of power, 48,000 in Pulaski Co. We’re assessing damage, calling in extra help, and planning the work that will be required to get things back to normal. This photo is in west LR. pic.twitter.com/caLLvoQdy4— Entergy Arkansas (@EntergyArk) July 21, 2018
Pope County –
Numerous trees blown down. Preliminary reports of roof damage to several buildings. A Pope County official said that the entire city of Russellville was without power at one point last night.
White County –
Tree blown onto a truck in the Higginson area.
Roughly a dozen trees down with large limbs blown great distances in the Oppelo area. A pool house sustained significant damage from downed trees.
Trees and power lines were blown down in the city of Houston and countywide. There are reports of a horse killed due to damage.
Numerous trees and power lines blown down near Rehms Corner. Several buildings sustained minor roof damage.
Several large trees blown down in the Iron Springs area.
There was a report that the entire city of Clarendon is without power. There were also reports of numerous tree and power line damages.
There was a report of a tree falling on a mobile home in the 6400 block of Highway 153, near DeWitt. There were no injuries reported. There were numerous trees and power lines down on Highway 17 near Ethel, at the 2300 block of Highway 33 and at Burks Switch Road and Highway 130.
The Prairie County Coordinator confirms trees and power lines down near Ulm. Several silos were damaged and limbs were blown down in Hickory Plains. Golf ball sized hail was reported.