A line of strong thunderstorms will move from west to east through Arkansas late Saturday night into the very early hours of Sunday morning.
The Storm Prediction Center has issued a severe thunderstorm watch in the southern half of Arkansas until 3 am Sunday morning. The pink-shaded counties have the greatest risk of seeing a severe thunderstorm.
With this round of severe weather, the main concern will be damaging hail the size of golf balls. But, locations in south Arkansas also could see a damaging wind gust or even an isolated weak tornado.
These storms will form over weather Arkansas around 7-9 PM. They will move in a southeasterly direction and strengthen as they move. They will move through the Little Rock Metro between 9 and 11 pm. South Arkansas will see the storms between 10 pm and 4 am.
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