LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -- Strong winds and tornadoes have been reported in Arkansas as storms move through parts of the South and Midwest.
The National Weather Service says it received reports of possible tornadoes in Arkansas, Dallas, Lonoke, Prairie and Cleveland counties Sunday night. There were no reports of any injuries.
The storms also brought hail and strong winds as they moved from Arkansas and into Illinois, Tennessee and Kentucky.
The storms were part of a system expected to threaten parts of the South and Midwest overnight. A tornado watch was in effect for parts of Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Thunderstorms and lightning in Iroquois County produced just under an inch of rain at WGFA north of Watseka. Minor flooding and ponding on low-lying roadways was reported.
There was .70 recorded at Chatsworth. .69 at Crescent City, .56 at Milford and one-inch in Kankakee.
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