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It's that time of year. Severe Weather season has arrived.

Exactly three years ago today was the record-setting outbreak of tornadoes that devastated much of the Southeast and took an especially vicious toll on the city of Tuscaloosa.

Tonight, much of central Arkansas was affected by violent storms and tornadoes. Hope all our Hog friends made it through okay.

This line wil continue through the South and lower Midwest tomorrow.

Stay safe, everyone.

Edited by UAdan, 27 April 2014 - 09:07 PM.

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Mostly just rained hard around here.
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One of my clients is from Lonoke, AR. Just outside of Little Rock. He said two towns in Central Arkansas are partially leveled, and I was able to find a feed for KATV (a LR news station) where the meteorologists there said they would be surprised if the tornado that passed through was anything less than an F4 when the NWS teams finish their review tomorrow.

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@jacobp @razorhead @HmanHunt the news reports are pretty vague can anyone confirm this?

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Tornado party!

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Hope yall in that region stay safe!
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View PostThe Cowboy, on 27 April 2014 - 10:11 PM, said:

One of my clients is from Lonoke, AR. Just outside of Little Rock. He said two towns in Central Arkansas are partially leveled, and I was able to find a feed for KATV (a LR news station) where the meteorologists there said they would be surprised if the tornado that passed through was anything less than an F4 when the NWS teams finish their review tomorrow.
I believe it was Mayflower and Vilonia that were hit, and Mayflower basically got leveled. I was up checking the storms that were coming through Northwest Arkansas so I missed some of the central Arkansas coverage, but I do know there were multiple fatalities and large parts of Mayflower are completely gone.
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Massive damage. 15 deaths thus far.

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Awful. I don't know anything about Vilonia, seen signs on I40 for Mayflower though.

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Yes Vilonia and Mayflower severely damaged. Tornado was within a few miles of Little Rock and crossed the river into Mayflower, crossed I40 and headed toward Vilonia. Vilonia was hit by tornado just a few years ago, close to the same path.

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Stay safe down there Hog fans.   Been raining pretty heavily all morning here in the Bluegrass.
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Stay safe everyone. Not supposed to hit Central MS until later today and throughout tomorrow, but Posted Images gonna go down.
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There is little more frightening than having to sit back helplessly as Nature wages war around you. Everyone be safe and take precautions if a storm is nearby.
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just downloaded this tornado warning app from the red cross.....  http://www.redcross....pps/tornado-app
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We were fortunate down here in south Arkansas,we got nothing but rain and a little thunder.It was awful what happened up north.






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