LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Crews are surveying damage in eastern Arkansas after more storms battered the state this weekend.
Meteorologists with The National Weather Service said Sunday that survey teams are looking at whether damage in Clay and Prairie counties was caused by straight-line winds or tornadoes.
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management spokesman Tommy Jackson says several counties saw damage from Saturday's storms, but there weren't any reports of injuries.
Jackson says a few hangers were damaged at the Corning Municipal Airport in Clay County. Many areas also saw downed trees because of the storms.
Forecasters say the weather in Arkansas is looking better the rest of the Labor Day weekend.
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