FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Storms late Tuesday night may bring leftover showers and thunder Wednesday morning to parts of Arkansas and Oklahoma.
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There is a storm system to our north but the heaviest rain should stay north. After a shower or storm in the morning, our next best chance for storms will be Friday. A cold front will be diving south, sparking scattered rain and storms, some turning severe. All threats will be possible, including hail, wind, and a tornado. The larger storms may be farther north. Stay tuned for updates.
- Hazy skies, some smoke in the air
- Lows in the 60s
- South winds 5-15 MPH
- Morning clouds, stray shower
- Afternoon sunshine
- Highs in the 80s/90s
- South winds 10-20 MPH
LOOKING AHEAD | Storms Friday Night
A strong cold front will come in Friday afternoon, sparking storms from the Great Lakes to the southern Plains. Many of these storms are likely to turn severe.
TORNADOES IN MAY
Climatologically tornado chances move from the Deep South and shift west and north for the month of May. We're still in the heart of severe weather season in Arkansas and Oklahoma.
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