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Yearly Reports
Interested in what kind of weather occurred in a recent year? Check out the most memorable events below.
 
Heavy Rain/Severe Weather on April 30 - May 2, 2011 (Aerial Photos)
 
Map of the White, Cache and Little Red Rivers. An aerial survey was conducted along the White, Cache and Little Red Rivers on May 6, 2011. Water was definitely an issue as noted in the pictures below.
 
 
After Interstate 40 closed due to flooding along the White River, traffic was diverted onto highways such as U.S. Highway 64 near Augusta (Woodruff County).
In the picture: After Interstate 40 closed due to flooding along the White River, traffic was diverted onto highways such as U.S. Highway 64 near Augusta (Woodruff County). Click to enlarge.
Traffic was surrounded by water from the White River at Augusta (Woodruff County).
In the picture: Traffic was surrounded by water from the White River at Augusta (Woodruff County). Click to enlarge.
 
The White River was swollen at Des Arc (Prairie County) as well.
In the picture: The White River was swollen at Des Arc (Prairie County) as well. Click to enlarge.
Water flowed into some homes and businesses at Des Arc (Prairie County).
In the picture: Water flowed into some homes and businesses at Des Arc (Prairie County). Click to enlarge.
 
South of Des Arc (Prairie County), the White River covered a section of Interstate 40.
In the picture: South of Des Arc (Prairie County), the White River covered a section of Interstate 40. Click to enlarge.
Farther east, Interstate 40 was still dry along the Cache River but adjacent farmland was under water.
In the picture: Farther east, Interstate 40 was still dry along the Cache River but adjacent farmland was under water. Click to enlarge.
 
The White River at Clarendon (Monroe County) was on the rise.
In the picture: The White River at Clarendon (Monroe County) was on the rise. Click to enlarge.
High water problems were occurring at Clarendon (Monroe County) long before the expected crest (several days later).
In the picture: High water problems were occurring at Clarendon (Monroe County) long before the expected crest (several days later). Click to enlarge.
 
There was water everywhere near Judsonia (White County) along the Little Red River.
In the picture: There was water everywhere near Judsonia (White County) along the Little Red River. Click to enlarge.
Area rivers were having difficulty draining into an already very high Mississippi River.
In the picture: Area rivers were having difficulty draining into an already very high Mississippi River. Click to enlarge.

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