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Latest Weather Items
The director of the Storm Prediction Center says the spring storm system that walloped Arkansas will continue moving eastward over the next few days, producing powerful storms with the potential for tornadoes.
A system that brought deadly severe weather to parts of the central and southern U.S. over the weekend dumped heavy, wet snow in western South Dakota late Sunday and early Monday.
A National Weather Service meteorologist says the tornado that destroyed more than 100 homes and businesses and hurt 25 people in Baxter Springs, Kan., dropped so quickly that sirens were activated only a minute or two before the twister hit.
Powerful winds that swept through southeastern Iowa destroyed numerous farm buildings and damaged homes, killing one woman and injuring several others, authorities said Monday.
The state of Vermont is asking the Federal Emergency Management Agency to include three more counties when considering a request for disaster assistance from spring flooding.
The National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center says there's a high risk of severe storms in much of central Arkansas.
Some residents in areas devastated by September's floods have new concerns as Colorado's massive snowpack begins to melt.
The National Weather Service has called a tornado watch until 9 p.m. for much of Arkansas and parts of Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana.
The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department is getting its own weather forecaster.