Arkansas Storm Team Weather Blog: Five tornadoes confirmed from November 4 storms


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Friday night’s line of damaging thunderstorms is long gone, but damage surveys are ongoing.

The Little Rock National Weather Service confirmed five tornadoes in central Arkansas. One EF-2 in Saline County, one EF-1 in Clark County, one EF-1 in Polk County, and two EF-1 Tornadoes in Yell County.

All tornadoes caused extensive damage, but no injuries or deaths.

These five tornadoes were located within the National Weather Service’s Little Rock County warning area.

Below is the map of the National Weather Service offices that cover Arkansas.

CREDIT: Little Rock National Weather Service.

Many more surveys still need to be completed over the next few days. During Friday night’s storms, there were 6 tornado reports and dozens of tornado warnings across the natural state.

Parts of Arkansas are covered by the National Weather Service in Tulsa and Shreveport. These locations will also be surveyed in the coming days.

This weather blog will continue to be updated as more surveys are completed.

– Meteorologist Alex Libby

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