Storms Continue Across River Valley; Flash Flooding Risk

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Thunderstorms have developed in the River Valley this evening with a few strong and nearly stationary storms in Eastern Oklahoma. Some of the storms in Western Sequoyah County near Vian will pose a Flash Flood risk as the storms haven’t moved much in the last hour.

Storms are expected to end shortly after sunset on Wednesday but additional thunderstorms will be likely on Thursday, too.

Thursday’s showers will follow a similar path with NW Arkansas experiencing mid morning showers and storms with more development to the south as the day progresses.


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