At least four tornadoes confirmed in Arkansas Monday night
Little Rock, Arkansas — At least four EF1 tornadoes were confirmed Monday night in Arkansas, according to the National Weather Service.
As severe weather moved through, causing damage along their paths, the tornadoes appeared in the state.
The first tornado was around 1.5 east of Scranton and ended about 4.4 miles east-northeast of Scranton in Logan County.
The second tornado was 5.7 miles south-southeast of Saltillo and ended 3.3 miles north-northeast of Gibson. This is the tornado that was spotted near Mayflower in Faulkner County and traveled into Pulaski County.
Each of them traveled three to four miles.
In northwest Arkansas, two tornadoes were also confirmed. One just south of Bloomer in Sebastian County and another east of Charleston in Franklin County.
The Little Rock Air Force Base confirmed a tornado in its observation area. It has been described as a “large” and “destructive” tornado.
There have been no reported injuries at this time, despite there was plenty of damage due to the hails and strong winds.