LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- While most of the rain has cleared out of Arkansas, there will still be the potential to see a line of storms redevelop across north central and northeast Arkansas Monday afternoon.
As of noon Monday, the Storm Prediction Center in Oklahoma had issued a marginal risk for east and northeast Arkansas. This means there is a 5% chance for an isolated severe storm to develop.
The overall severe weather threat is low, but all three facets of severe weather, tornadoes, damaging wind, and large hail will be possible. It appears the most likely phenomena will be large hail.
An isolated, brief and weak tornado is possible through the afternoon within the highlighted area. A threat severe thunderstorms producing damaging wind is possible in the later afternoon hours in far Northeast Arkansas locations when the storms may congeal into a quasi-line of storms. For the latest forecast video, click HERE.