Severe Weather Chances (4/11/2022)
A Slight Risk for severe weather continues to be in place Monday evening for the bootheel of Missouri, extreme western Kentucky, western Tennessee, and almost all of Arkansas.
Storms are rolling through Arkansas this evening and have been severe most of the night. We’ll be on the northern fringe of these storms and could see some gusty wind and small hail with storms that push through tonight, some of which could be strong to severe.
Showers and a few thunderstorms will be possible early on Tuesday, but most of the day is looking quiet, breezy, and mild. Highs are expected to be in the upper 70s with a gusty southeast wind at 10 to 25 mph.
Wednesday will have the chance at seeing quite a bit of severe weather. Weaker storms will be around early Wednesday, those will then clear out and make way for a cold front to push through Wednesday afternoon and evening. This cold front along with a very unstable atmosphere will give us a good chance for severe storms with hail, damaging wind, flooding rains, and tornadoes all possible. Having a way to be alerted should severe weather move into your area will be important.
Severe weather watches, warnings, and advisories can be found on our Severe Weather Alerts page.
KBSI Chief Meteorologist