DALARK, Ark. (AP) - A National Weather Service survey team traveled to Dallas County in southern Arkansas to examine storm damage there and says there is no sign that the damage was caused by a tornado.
Warning coordination meteorologist John Robinson with the weather service in North Little Rock says the team on Sunday found numerous trees snapped or uprooted along the path of the storm from south of Dalark through Manning to Carthage.
Other damage includes a crushed vacant house, roof damage to mobile homes and several houses and a crushed pickup truck.
The Thursday night and early Friday storms produced tennis ball-sized hail and left more than 51,000 Entergy Arkansas customers without power at its peak.
Entergy reported just fewer than 2,000 customers still without power on Sunday.Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.