LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- Some storms caused damage across parts of Arkansas.
According to storm reports as of 9:45 p.m. Wednesday:
Hail was reported two miles south-southwest of Dover in Pope County.
Trees were blown down on multiple homes near the 2000 block of Congo Ferndale Road two miles north-northeast of Avilla in Saline County.
Trees were blown down on Grand Avenue, just outside the Haskell city limits in Saline County.
Trees and power lines were blown down in Russellville.
Trees were blown down on Highway 11 west of Cornerville in Lincoln County.
A large tree was blown over onto W. Mt. Zion Road two miles northeast of Plantersville in Drew County.
A tree was blown down across Rose Hill Cutoff Road one mile north of Monticello.
Large limbs were blown down four miles east of Willow in Dallas County.
Thunderstorm wind damage caused power outages in Western Grant County.
Trees were blown down in Sheridan and two miles west-southwest of Belfast in Grant County.
In Montgomery County, trees were blown down three miles northeast of Mount Ida.
A tree was blown down on U.S. 67 at Glen Rose at Hot Spring County.
In Little Rock, there are reports of scattered power outages due to thunderstorm wind damage.
As of 9:45 p.m., Entergy Arkansas is reporting nearly 1,700 people are without power, with most of those outages being in Jefferson and Grant Counties.
In the clip and photos above, you can see a landspout east of Des Arc in Prairie County around 5 p.m. Wednesday.