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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 May 1-2, 2011 (Photos)
 
Tornado damage and flooding were noted in May, 2011. A weak tornado (rated EF1) tracked through Center Ridge (Conway County) on May 1, 2011...and flood waters affected portions of Baxter, Conway, Prairie, Pulaski, White and Woodruff Counties in the days to follow.
 
Trees were downed and a home was damaged ar Center Ridge (Conway County).
In the picture: Trees were downed and a home was damaged ar Center Ridge (Conway County). Click to enlarge.
Arkansas State Highway 95 was covered by water at Lake Overcup (Conway County).
In the picture: Arkansas State Highway 95 was covered by water at Lake Overcup (Conway County). Click to enlarge.
 
Just northwest of Lake Overcup (Conway County), ducks were swimming in water over Turkey Pond Loop.
In the picture: Just northwest of Lake Overcup (Conway County), ducks were swimming in water over Turkey Pond Loop. The photo is courtesy of Brandon Baker, Conway County Emergency Manager. Click to enlarge.
Batesvile Pike was impassible near Old Tom Box Road a couple of miles northwest of Gravel Ridge (Pulaski County).
In the picture: Batesvile Pike was impassible near Old Tom Box Road a couple of miles northwest of Gravel Ridge (Pulaski County). Click to enlarge.
 
 Flood waters surged through Pinnacle Mountain State Park (Pulaski County), with debris left behind in this bench.
In the picture: Flood waters surged through Pinnacle Mountain State Park (Pulaski County), with debris left behind in this bench. The photo is courtesy of Joe Wankum. Click to enlarge.
The White River was touching the bottom of this bridge at Augusta (Woodruff County).
In the picture: The White River was touching the bottom of this bridge at Augusta (Woodruff County). The photo is courtesy of Eddie Bowren. Click to enlarge.
 
These deer were trying to find higher ground along the White River at Georgetown (White County).
In the picture: These deer were trying to find higher ground along the White River at Georgetown (White County). The photo is courtesy of Derek Cypert. Click to enlarge.
The White River was touching the bottom of this bridge at Augusta (Woodruff County).
In the picture: Norfork Lake was running high at Henderson (Baxter County). Click to enlarge.
 
 North of Biscoe (Prairie County), and just off of Interstate 40, the only way to move along Arkansas State Highway 33 North was by boat.
In the picture: North of Biscoe (Prairie County), and just off of Interstate 40, the only way to move along Arkansas State Highway 33 North was by boat. Click to enlarge.
The White River stripped the pavement on U.S. Highway 70 between Biscoe and DeValls Bluff (both in Prairie County).
In the picture: The White River stripped the pavement on U.S. Highway 70 between Biscoe and DeValls Bluff (both in Prairie County). Click to enlarge.
 

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