A disturbance moving to the north of our state tonight could spark a few showers or thunderstorms mainly in our northern counties late tonight into the day Saturday. Most of us should be dry, however, until tomorrow night. A slight to enhanced risk for severe weather is indicated for our state late Saturday night as a thunderstorm complex develops and moves through. The main threats will be high winds, hail, and very heavy rainfall. The threat for a tornado or two is there, but it's quite low. We'll have another small chance for a few strong thunderstorms Sunday afternoon and much of the state has a slight risk for severe weather that day. Memorial Day should be nice for most of us with less humidity, however there will be a slight chance for showers across far southern Arkansas.
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