A massive hailstorm rocked Jefferson County early Saturday night at around 9 p.m., shattering hundreds of car windows, denting hoods, trunks and auto roofs, along with damaging home and business rooftops.
The damage totals are not yet known, but early reports from meteorologists anticipate that it will be in the millions. Some of the heaviest damage reports are coming from the Dollarway and White Hall areas.
There have been no reports of serious injuries.
A wide swath of the state was hit. The damage extended from the Oklahoma border to the west all the way to the Mississippi River to the east, mostly across a central/south central Arkansas band.
KATV Channel 7 meteorologist Todd Yakoubian called the hail storm “historic.”
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