From a wildfire to a twister, 2022 weather left Clark County scorched and blown away.
Entergy prepped for freezing temps, high winds, precipitation through holidays
Forecasts call for sustained winds of 20-30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph and precipitation, particularly in the northern part of the state. Alone or combined, this could damage equipment and bring down tree limbs onto power lines, causing outages.
Entergy: Lower temps don’t have to mean higher bills
Winter weather is upon us, with cold temperatures impacting the region, but that doesn’t mean your usage and electric bill must increase.
War, weather drive 2022 ag rollercoaster
A spring with too much rain, followed by a summer of too much drought, overshadowed any market optimism going into planting time.
Twister confirmed in Clark County
An F1 tornado made contact with the ground about 6 miles northeast of Gurdon and traveled 5.5 miles before it weakened 6 miles southeast of Gum Springs.
Friday storm shakes Vaden
A round of severe weather late Friday swept through Southwest Arkansas, leaving damage in portions of Clark County in its wake.
Saturday soaker enough to lift burn ban
A welcome rain Saturday in Southwest Arkansas was desperately needed to curb the risk of wildfire, and it was enough that County Judge Troy Tucker decided to lift the burn ban for Clark County.