Severe wind damaged an Arkansas school Monday as classes were in session amid a weather system that forecasters said could produce tornadoes in the South

Our meteorologists Todd Yakoubian and James Bryant are tracking the storms that hit Jessieville Monday afternoon that could possibly have been a tornado.

Many residents of the area sent KATV footage of damage to Jessieville High School and community.

The weather in Jessieville, a community around 45 miles west of Little Rock, occurred Monday as around 6 million people were under tornado watches that covered the state

Our meteorologists said there are another round of storms predicted to hit central, western, and southern Arkansas during the evening hours that could produce isolated tornadoes and damaging wind gusts.

The storm was expected to bring snow to the Central High Plains as it tracks northeast into the Great Lakes, most likely producing moderate to heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain by Tuesday

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One of those destroyed homes was across the street from Jessieville High School, which had seven of its buildings damaged.