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 Black and lower White Rivers. Extensive flooding occurred along the Black and lower White Rivers as noted in the pictures below...all of which were taken on March 22-25, 2008.
 
 
Houses were flooded a couple of miles east of Corning (Clay County).
In the picture: Houses were flooded a couple of miles east of Corning (Clay County). Click to enlarge.
Water covered portions of U.S. Highway 67 heading north into Pocahontas (Randolph County).
In the picture: Water covered portions of U.S. Highway 67 heading north into Pocahontas (Randolph County). Click to enlarge.
 
Construction was underway on a levee 1.5 miles southeast of Pocahontas (Randolph County) to protect area homes.
In the picture: Construction was underway on a levee 1.5 miles southeast of Pocahontas (Randolph County) to protect area homes. Click to enlarge.
Sandbags were in place to brace the levee at Jacksonport (Jackson County), or 3 miles northwest of Newport (Jackson County).
In the picture: Sandbags were in place to brace the levee at Jacksonport (Jackson County), or 3 miles northwest of Newport (Jackson County). Click to enlarge.
 
Highway 14 was flooded at Highway 367 roughly 1.7 miles west-northwest of Newport (Jackson County).
In the picture: Highway 14 was flooded at Highway 367 roughly 1.7 miles west-northwest of Newport (Jackson County). Click to enlarge.
Trailers were sitting in the water 1.8 miles west of Augusta (Woodruff County).
In the picture: Trailers were sitting in the water 1.8 miles west of Augusta (Woodruff County). Click to enlarge.
 
The only road (Highway 36) into Georgetown (White County) was closed.
In the picture: The only road (Highway 36) into Georgetown (White County) was closed. Click to enlarge.
Boating was the only way to get around in the Horn Lake area about 3.5 miles east-southeast of Des Arc (Prairie County).
In the picture: Boating was the only way to get around in the Horn Lake area about 3.5 miles east-southeast of Des Arc (Prairie County). Click to enlarge.

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