A strong cold front is moving through the area this afternoon. Strong t-storms will be possible across the area as we continue through the afternoon hours.
Here are live updates as we get them.
As the line of storms moves east, it appears the worst is over with the next story being the cold.
Hail from Booneville from Dawn Schlup.
Brandy Swink sent us this photo of hail in Booneville
Tornado Warning for Logan County has been cancelled. Rotation has broadened, meaning it is no longer tight enough to potentially produce a tornado.
A tight circulation is heading towards Paris and Driggs right now.
A Tornado Warning is in effect for Logan County until 7:45PM. Radar Indicated.
We’re continuing to watch the storms across the River Valley. The severity continues to be low as the storms move east. With the loss of daytime heating it will be difficult to maintain storm intensity and a weakening trend is expected to continue.
Much colder weather filters in for Tuesday morning with temperatures in the 30s and 40s.
6pm update… storms seems to be cycling and weakening in intensity.
Hail in Bella Vista from Ginger Chenoweth
Likely no additional watches issued after 9pm per SPC
Sequoyah County Emergency Management: Power lines down in Sallisaw, drivers should be careful driving in that area.
Tracking weak rotation in Benton County Storm. Severe T-Storm warning remains in effect until 5:30pm
SEVERE T-STORM WARNING for Benton County until 5:30pm. Main Hazards are 60 mph winds and nickel sized hail.
SEVERE T-STORM WARNING for Sequoyah County until 5:15pm. Main hazards are 60 mph winds and 1.00″ hail.
New Severe Watch until 9pm
Here’s a look at storms as of 3:30pm