UPDATE 11:00 A.M. — Most of Arkansas is under a tornado watch. Different sections have different end times for their watches. Missouri’s most southeast counties are also under tornado watch.
You can check your county’s status with the National Weather Service’s interactive map.
UPDATE 9:30 A.M. — Tornado watches have been extended to 11 a.m. for these Missouri counties:
In Arkansas, tornado watches have been extended to noon for these counties:
UPDATE 7 A.M. — All tornado warnings have been canceled. Tornado watches for south-central and southeastern Missouri and northwest Arkansas are still in effect.
UPDATE 6:45 A.M. — The tornado warning for Boone County has been canceled. Marion County still has a tornado warning.
UPDATE 6:30 A.M. — Tornado warnings have been issued for northwestern Marion County and southeastern Boone County in Arkansas until 7 a.m.
UPDATE 6 A.M. — KOLR 10 is live on Facebook to bring you weather updates.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. — A tornado watch has been issued for many counties in the northern half of Arkansas and southeast Missouri.
The Storm Prediction Center issued the watch, which began at 1:30 a.m. and will stay in effect until 9 a.m. The list of counties affected changes. For the most recent list of counties under the tornado watch, you can visit the Storm Prediction Center website.
As of 5 a.m., Missouri counties under tornado watch include:
- Cape Girardeau
- New Madrid
- St. Francois
- Ste. Genevieve
Arkansas counties under tornado watch include:
- Van Buren