First responders will be keeping watch on Interstate 30, which has proven in the past to be a flood risk, but emergency officials have been busy throughout the day already.
Power outages from downed trees and blown transformers are all being worked on in the Little Rock area from Asher Avenue out to Cantrell.
Ware Avenue, an entire street, lost electricity because of a downed oak tree at about 7 p.m., and Entergy has been racing to keep up with the call load.
"Oh they're overloaded, my father-in-law is going to come stay with us tonight," says Eric Rhodes, whose Father-in-law lost power. "There's no way they're going to get here with all the reports that have been on the news, all night they're so busy everywhere with trees down."
Police and fire crews have been responding to calls since the storm hit in Little Rock, and based on the projections for the overnight hours, they're likely to stay busy well into the morning.