There will be some who get rain and others who will get little if any. It's northern Arkansas who will see the least as it appears today.
Whenever you have a landfalling tropical system, you also have to be concerned about isolated, brief, and weak tornadoes.
|The RPM only goes out through midday Friday, but 2-3'' amounts could be common in many areas according to this model. Don't take these exact amounts literally. Only pay attention to the area of heaviest rainfall.|
|The NAM shows a corridor of heavy rainfall through western Arkansas and is different than other models. This is especially problematic if this verifies due to the terrain and runoff in western Arkansas. This still shows a strong gradient between the "haves" and the "have nots". Northwest Arkansas doesn't get much from this model either. Remember, don't look at the exact amounts and take it literally. This is not a forecast. It's guidance.|
|The European computer model shows the SE 1/2 of the state including the metro for the heaviest rainfall. This has been remarkably consistent.|
|Main impacts along and east of the track. These impacts are subject to change depending upon the exact track of Cindy.|