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UPDATED FRIDAY EVENING/b>.
A disturbance pushing across the Ozarks has been generating severe thunderstorms across extreme southern Missouri and northern Arkansas and these storms will continue to march east, impacting much of northern Arkansas through the evening.
Meanwhile, a cold front will push into our northern counties later tonight with another line of storms potentially developing along it. These storms will then push south through the wee hours of Saturday morning. Damaging winds and hail will be possible with these storms.
We quiet things down on Saturday morning and then rest of the weekend is looking very warm and mainly dry with highs nearing 90 degrees.
For the total solar eclipse on Monday, there will be a few storms developing in the afternoon but right now the odds of seeing it in the Ozarks are looking fairly good!
Have a great weekend!