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NWS Little Rock 2h
This is not what folks want to hear, but more rain is coming over the next 7 days... Some of this rain will be heavy with several inches of rain possible across eastern Arkansas. This could prolong or worsen river flooding across eastern and southern Arkansas.
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Melissa Hall 2h
A cold, dreary start to the weekend. What does Sunday's forecast hold for you?
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Arkansas Weather 2h
Tuesday looks to be our next best chance for winter weather. Shallow low level cold air should support mostly frz rain/sleet. Amounts should be light and confined to NWA/N central Ark. Accumulating snow likely north & west of Arkansas.
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Rudy Dacre 11m
Here's a look at temperatures across the state this evening.
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Bob Harmon 42m
Received 0.05 inch of rain Saturday afternoon (02.16.2019) thru 9:00 AM today (02.17.2019). February total is 2.34 inches. Total for 2019 is 6.36 inches. Located about 2 miles SW of White Hall in Jefferson County.
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The HenderCoops 7h
Is this considered pea size hail or sleet?!? Tumbling Shoals, Arkansas
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NWS Little Rock 16h
5:15 PM - Radar Update - A line of showers will continue moving across north central and northeast Arkansas this evening. Brief periods of sleet and freezing rain will accompany the activity. With temperatures close to freezing, only light accumulations are expected.
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Melissa Hall 4h
Here's a quick look at your hourly forecast for Northwest Arkansas.
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kenny bania Feb 16
This tweet didn’t age well. Remember that snow discussion for early next week? Crickets now.
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Ryan Vaughan 33m
89 years ago this morning, the Paragould Meteorite fell to the Earth! At 16x41x24 inches and weighing 897 lbs, it is the second largest meteorite ever recovered in North America. It fell to Earth at approximately 4:08 a.m. on February 17, 1930 just south of Finch.
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Rick Katzfey Feb 15
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for Benton and Carroll Counties today. Light freezing rain moves in this morning covering most of NWA after morning rush hour. Untreated bridges and overpasses could become slick later this morning.
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Melissa Hall 17h
Sunday could start with freezing drizzle for a few but do conditions improve?
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Brendan Johnson 3h
Some reduced visibility on this as a result of some some light drizzle & mist out there. Chilly too!
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Brendan Johnson 22h
Roads in Eureka Springs are clear & the ice-covered trees make for some great scenery. Thanks to Susana G. for sending this in as she traveled along AR-23.
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Jackie Fulton Feb 15
Power is off in Scatter Creek for about 15 minutes now. But thanks to the NEW multi-million dollar substation by Craighead Electric we now feel like we are at least living in a 3rd world country and not a 4th!
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Arkansas Weather 1h
Wow, check out this shot from Jasper yesterday. Beautiful photo from Terri Rowe!
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NWS Memphis 4h
Wet weather will persist this week across the Mid-South. Several rounds of showers and thunderstorms are possible with heavy rainfall and potential rises in area rivers. Closely monitor forecasts and updates!
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Rick Katzfey Feb 12
Out the door... Showers on the way out. Clouds this morning with sunny skies moving in the afternoon. It will be a breezy day with northwest wind at 10-20 mph.
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Michael Bodiak 21h
Not buying it. Good luck shifting mother nature. This is not 1978. The pattern is locked for cold out west and if it does get cold in , it will be in and out in a few days. You did good the last few years, but mother nature wins this season.
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Dustin Martinez 🌧 17h
Sleet coming down at Lead Hill.
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