The most dangerous weather is expected across the Natural State to northern Mississippi and western Tennessee late this afternoon.
These storms could produce tornadoes, large hail and damaging wind gusts up to 60-miles an hour.
There's also the possibility of flash flooding in some locations.
KARK 4 Chief Meteorologist Mike Francis says the chance of severe weather in Arkansas is highest between noon and six o'clock tonight, especially in the southeast sections of the state.
Possible tornadoes there are the main threat, along with wind and hail, but for central Arkansas the threat is for wind and hail.
Heavy rain is also possible with these storms.
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