Climate Data
Yearly Reports
Interested in what kind of weather occurred in a recent year? Check out the most memorable events below.
 
Heavy Rain on March 17-19, 2008 (Pictures)
 
Map of the upper White and Spring Rivers. Extensive flooding occurred along the upper White and Spring Rivers as noted in the pictures below...most of which were taken on March 20, 2008.
 
 
The White River covered homes at Norfork (Baxter County).
In the picture: The White River covered homes at Norfork (Baxter County). The picture is courtesy of Mel Coleman. Click to enlarge.
A boat dock got caught under a bridge along the White River at Calico Rock (Izard County).
In the picture: A boat dock got caught under a bridge along the White River at Calico Rock (Izard County). The picture is courtesy of Valerie Fowler. Click to enlarge.
 
A motel was under water at Calico Rock (Izard County).
In the picture: A motel was under water at Calico Rock (Izard County). Click to enlarge.
Water from the White River flooded these houses about 2 miles northeast of Allison (Stone County).
In the picture: Water from the White River flooded these houses about 2 miles northeast of Allison (Stone County). Click to enlarge.
 
Spectators checked out the high water along the White River at the Highway 9 bridge at Allison (Stone County).
In the picture: Spectators checked out the high water along the White River at the Highway 9 bridge at Allison (Stone County). Click to enlarge.
Parts of Hardy (Sharp County) were inundated by the Spring River.
In the picture: Parts of Hardy (Sharp County) were inundated by the Spring River. Click to enlarge.
 
The railroad business was impacted by river flooding at Hardy (Sharp County), with these tracks under water.
In the picture: The railroad business was impacted by river flooding at Hardy (Sharp County), with these tracks under water. Click to enlarge.
There was no traffic at this intersection in Williford (Sharp County), with the Spring River taking over.
In the picture: There was no traffic at this intersection in Williford (Sharp County), with the Spring River taking over. Click to enlarge.

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