Climate Data
Yearly Reports
Interested in what kind of weather occurred in a recent year? Check out the most memorable events below.
 
Severe Weather on April 4, 2011 (Damage Pictures)
 
Widespread wind damage and an isolated tornado (rated EF1) were noted in southern Arkansas on April 4, 2011.  An isolated tornado (rated EF1) was spawned near Whelen Springs (Clark County) on April 4, 2011. The tornado was along a bow echo (backward C-shaped line of storms) that produced 60 to 80 mph winds in areas such as Gurdon (Clark County), Pine Bluff (Jefferson County), Glendale (Lincoln County) and Stuttgart (Arkansas County).
 
A large tree was blown onto a house in Pine Bluff (Jefferson County).
In the picture: A large tree was blown onto a house in Pine Bluff (Jefferson County). Click to enlarge.
The roof of this house was crushed by a fallen tree at Gurdon (Clark County).
In the picture: The roof of this house was crushed by a fallen tree at Gurdon (Clark County). Click to enlarge.
 
An uprooted tree landed on a tractor shed (background) and a canning shed was destroyed (foreground) near Whelen Springs (Clark County).
In the picture: An uprooted tree landed on a tractor shed (background) and a canning shed was destroyed (foreground) near Whelen Springs (Clark County). Click to enlarge.
Downed trees blocked roads in Stuttgart (Arkansas County).
In the picture: Downed trees blocked roads in Stuttgart (Arkansas County). Click to enlarge.
 
Crews were busy replacing utility poles in Stuttgart (Arkansas County).
In the picture: Crews were busy replacing utility poles in Stuttgart (Arkansas County). Click to enlarge.
 A mobile home was destroyed near Glendale (Lincoln County).
In the picture: A mobile home was destroyed near Glendale (Lincoln County). Click to enlarge.
 

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