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Severe weather threat winding down for Eastern Ozarks

Damage reports expected Monday morning

February 28, 2011|KY3 Storm Team Meteorologist Dave Snider | dsnider@ky3.com

OVERNIGHTUpper 30sStorms winding downMONDAY
Mid 40s
Rain and thunder early... then decreasing clouds and colder
TUESDAYNear 60º
Mostly sunny, warmer.12-hour forecast
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STORMS EXITING EAST STILL HAVE A PUNCH

Storms in the Northern parts of Arkansas still have the capability of dropping large hail and gusty winds upon Arkansasans the rest of the night.


A Tornado Watch continues for Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas through the wee hours of the morning, so we're not completely out of the woods.


Most storms in the region have lost their ability to surge into mesoscyclone-mode... the rotation needed to form a tornado.


If you have damage, report it to local law enforcement or your National Weather Service office... or KY3.


Plan on a much cooler Monday... but the sun should be out by mid to late afternoon.

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Dave Snider
KY3 Storm Team
Meteorologist

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