Kark 4 Arkansas Weather

April 27, 2011 by USA Post 

Kark 4 Arkansas Weather, Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe has declared a statewide state of emergency in response to tornadoes and floods.

According to KARK in Little Rock, at least one tornado was reported this afternoon in western Arkansas as the weather continues to maintain control over Arkansas.

The report of the National Weather Service (NWS) preliminary tornado arrived at 2:55 three miles northwest of Grand Fork in Polk County. Officials say the storm left damage to large trees between the large fork and the Camp Board.

The National Weather Service says funnel clouds were also reported this afternoon at 04:52 at the Royal (Garland County), at 4:40 am four miles north-northeast of Friendship in Clark County, at 4:13 am on Kirby (Pike County) and 3: 41 in Howard County, four miles south of Dierks.

The damage was reported along the mountain road Brady and ragweed Valley about five miles west of Royal.

The Office of the Garland County Sheriff says the damage to ragweed Valley includes a trailer (vehicle) on its side and destroyed a shop. Deputies say there are also road damage Powell, and Oates Loop. Not yet known if the damage was caused by a tornado (s) or straight-line winds. There have been no reports of injuries.

Reports Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office structural damage along Old Caddo Gap Road, but gave no further details have been released.

In the Clark County line, Hot Spring, four poles and a large pine tree falls were reported just after eight o’clock along Highway 7.

The storms that moved in on Sunday are expected to go up on Wednesday morning.

The NWS said this morning that about a foot of rain had fallen in 48 hours in the forecast.

The photo on the left is a wall of clouds in Conway this afternoon off Sapphire unit made by Kevin Kidd.

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