Strong Storms Possible Monday

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The work week is off to an unseasonably mild start, feeling more like Spring than Fall. An upper level storm system will track across the area giving us storm chances late Monday afternoon into the evening hours.

The upper level system is spinning through New Mexico and west Texas and will eventually travel northeast Monday afternoon spreading showers and storms into Northwest Arkansas and the River Valley Monday night.

Shower and storm will increase in coverage Monday afternoon through Monday evening. The high-resolution RPM model shows storms developing late Monday afternoon in eastern Oklahoma then moving into NWA and the River Valley.

A few of these storms will be strong to possibly severe. This will not be a a wide-severe severe weather maker, but isolated storms will have a hail and wind threat…highlighted here in yellow.

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