Big Wind, round two | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Big Wind, round two

Posted By on Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 10:52 AM

KTHV is reporting a tornado warning for several counties in central Arkansas including Grant, Saline, Dallas and Hot Spring Counties. Spotters have reported a funnel near Leola, south of Sheridan in Grant County. Radar also indicated another twister 4 miles south of Prattsville.

From the looks of KTHV's most recent radar images, the nastiest cell of the storm is tracking northeast, which should take it through Little Rock in the next hour or so. Batten down the hatches, mateys!

UPDATE: Tornado sirens are going off in Little Rock.

From the National Weather service: THE TORNADO WILL BE NEAR... IRONTON...SWEET HOME...WRIGHTSVILLE AROUND 1120 AM CDT... TERRY LOCK AND DAM...LITTLE ROCK NATIONAL AIRPORT... PROTHRO JUNCTION AROUND 1125 AM CDT... SCOTT...MCALMONT AROUND 1130 AM CDT... SOUTH BEND...JACKSONVILLE AROUND 1135 AM CDT...

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