Arkansas Storm Team on Standby for Possible Severe Weather

Arkansas Storm Team on Standby for Possible Severe Weather

Showers and thunderstorms expected to move into the state around noon.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The Arkansas Storm Team is on standby for possible severe weather across the state this afternoon and tonight.

The National Weather Service (NWS) in Little Rock says a line of showers and thunderstorms will start moving into the state around noon.

There could be heavy torrential rain in the strongest thunderstorms as well as strong straight-line winds along the main line.

The timing of this system may impact the evening commute in the Little Rock area.

Fox16 and KARK 4 announced the forming of the Arkansas Storm Team earlier this month. It's a partnership that will expand and enhance both station’s coverage of severe weather.

Led by KARK Chief Meteorologist Keith Monahan and Fox16 Chief Meteorologist Jeff Baskin, the other four meteorologists on the team are Greg Dee, Pat Walker, Natalie Walters, and Steve Adamson.

Along with sister stations in Fayetteville, Texarkana, and Memphis, the Arkansas Storm Team will boast the most experience, along with an ability to deliver live coverage from every corner of the state.

With this many eyes on the storm systems, you can count on the Arkansas Storm Team to keep you and your family safe.
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