National Weather Service Moves Into Arkansas For Damage Survey

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ARKANSAS (KFSM) – The National Weather Service has started moving into Arkansas to survey damage from reported tornadoes that moved through The Natural State on Wednesday (March 25), according to a tweet from NWS Tulsa.

The first site they’ll travel to is Clifty in Madison County, the tweet states.

In total, there is 165 miles of land that the storms moved through in Northwest Arkansas for the National Weather Service office in Tulsa to analyze.

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