(KSNF/KODE) — Severe storms are possible Sunday evening in the Four States.
The Storm Prediction Center has placed northwest Arkansas in an Enhanced Risk (orange). The rest of the Four State KSN/KODE viewing area is in a Slight Risk (yellow) or Marginal Risk (dark green).
Damaging wind is the main threat, but large hail and even a tornado are possible.
The National Weather Service in Springfield says the best potential for severe weather is along and south of I-44.
Timing is mainly between 9pm tonight and 6am tomorrow morning.
This is associated with a cold front passing through our region. 1-2″ of rainfall are possible. Frequent cloud-ground-lightning will also be likely.