Former tropical storm and now tropical depression Cindy brought some intense rainfall and some severe weather to portions of Arkansas today. Here in Hot Springs, however, the rain and storms have pretty much held off. I’m monitoring the situation to see if we receive any minor showers this evening, but so far, Hot Springs has been spared the brunt from Cindy.
Here is a look at the current High Res Radar for the state of Arkansas, as well as a wider regional shot of the High Res Radar and Satellite (images courtesy of Baron Threat Net) showing the current situation with Cindy.
Here’s a look at the current watches and warnings across the state of Arkansas. Green indicates a Flash Flood Watch and yellow indicates a Tornado Watch.
Here’s a look at the latest tropical track of tropical depression Cindy according to the National Hurricane Center.
Here’s a look at current temperatures across the state of Arkansas this evening.
Here’s a look at the current rainfall across the state in the past 24 hours. While most parts of the state haven’t received a major amount of rainfall out of tropical storm/tropical depression Cindy, some parts have received between 1.5=3 inches.
Here’s a look at the Arkansas Hail Swath Map for June 18, 2017 (image courtesy of Live Hail Reports).
That wraps it up here! Nathan Parker signing off!