The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for much of Arkansas on Monday evening, and rain and storms are forecast to last through much of Tuesday.
Forecasters say the main threat Tuesday will shift to damaging winds and heavy rain, though isolated tornadoes are possible. Parts of west-central Arkansas could get between 4 and 5 inches of rain.
Flash flooding is possible in sections with heavy rain. The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Okla., says much of the southern two-thirds of Arkansas is at moderate risk for severe weather on Tuesday, with a slight chance for much of the rest of the state.