9 p.m. Update:
A tornado watch has been extended to include counties in north-central and northeast Arkansas through 11 PM. After this, the tornadic threat will move out of the state.
5 p.m. Update:
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- A Tornado Watch has been extended for the following counties until 9 p.m. Thursday: Cleburne, Faulkner, Independence, Jackson, White, Woodruff, Arkansas, Desha, Grant, Jefferson, Lincoln, Lonoke, Monroe, Prairie and Pulaski counties.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- A Tornado Watch has been issued for parts of Central AR, including Pulaski County, and all of Southeast Arkansas until 4 p.m.
A band of thunderstorms moving north on the east side of Laura may produce tornadoes that quickly spin up.
If a Tornado Warning is issued where you are, you will need to move to shelter immediately.
It is advisable to move to a place now, where your shelter will be quickly accessible if and when you need it.
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