Tornado Watch in effect for Northshore, Flash Flood Watches South/North

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If this cold front stalls more however, we could see the stronger line of storms move through later Friday morning, but as of now – Thursday and Friday both have potential for strong storms.Thursday, all types of severe weather will be possible for areas north of the lake into all of Mississippi.The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch is also in effect until 3 a.m. Thursday.In addition, much of the Mid-South is under a Flash Flood Watch, which does not expire until Thursday evening.In Arkansas, heavy rain led to flooding, power outages and at least on water rescue. Higher amount in Eastern Arkansas, which is the entrance zone this storms system.8 p.m.-12 a.m.: Torrential rain possible.Storms are approaching with chances for heavy downpours, gusty winds and lightning.We will have scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday and they will stick around through Friday.Meteorologist Tabitha Clarke said the storm will develop early Wednesday in southwest Arkansas and move across the state ahead of a cold front during the afternoon.Saturday and Sunday should each be mostly sunny with highs in the 70s and lows in the 40s, flawless weather for the Corinth Green Market and Crossroads Chili Cook-Off on Saturday in downtown Corinth.