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On Wednesday, in the early morning, I walked up Clark Creek to the natural bridge at Lost Valley. What a beautiful morning with a few Service Berry, and Shadbush (Popcorn) trees busting out in bloom. Some clear water flowing to the point where it usually goes underground in the Clark Creek creek-bed. Temperatures were in the 60s and sunny.

By 4 PM Severe Thunderstorms broke out in multiple lines. We had 7 Severe thunderstorm warnings that afternoon and evening. The first was at 4:30 PM and the last at 3 AM the next day, Thursday. WOW, how lucky I was not to received any major damage !

 

9:40 AM - Clark Creek

9:40 AM – Clark Creek

4:40 PM - Front Yard

4:40 PM – Front Yard

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No severe weather in Newton County, so far. I beleive the potential for heavy weather has passed. We reccieved 0.80 inches of rain starting at 7 AM this morning. It is now 9:15 AM. The heaviest weather, including, a few tornados was NW of here about 40 miles during the night. There is still a 40% to 70% chance for more rain and storms today:

 

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Information just released by NOAA on 3/7/13. This appears to also be a La Nina Year; years when Arkansas has large numbers of TORNADOES.

Saturday night to Monday morning there may be a state wide soaker, with heavy showers and Thunderstorms across the state of Arkansas. Heaviest rain will be southeast.

30 day and 90 days forecasts:

30 Day

Temperatures and Precipitation – near normal

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90 Day

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