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Tornado warning in Little Rock, Arkansas as residents find shelter from an ‘extremely dangerous, potentially deadly’ twister

A TORNADO was confirmed Monday night by the National Weather Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. The storm is described as large and destructive.

“A large, extremely dangerous and potentially deadly tornado is on hold,” the National Weather Service tweeted.

A large tornado has been confirmed by the National Weather Service near Little Rock, Arkansas

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A large tornado has been confirmed by the National Weather Service near Little Rock, Arkansas

“To protect your life, GET DOWN NOW!”

videos on social media shows the passage of the storm leaving rain, lightning, harsh winds and hail in its wake.

At 20:19 CT, the weather service reported that the tornado was over Olmstead, near Little Rock Air Force Base.

A tornado warning was scheduled to expire around 8:45 p.m. CT, but another warning went into effect for northwestern Prairie County and northern Lonoke County in central Arkansas.

“Tornadoes are extremely difficult to see and confirm at night,” the weather service tweeted. “Don’t wait to see or hear the tornado.”

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Bobby Allyn

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