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Lucas McDonald Dec 5
All this talk about waiting for the NAM for clarity...the NAM just created a monster storm over NWA. I think we may have confusion rather than clarity at the moment.
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Jazlynn Sikes Dec 7
I can't imagine working in a field such as meteorology where the ENTIRE PUBLIC suddenly becomes experts. Any science is hard. I can plan out how my experiments SHOULD go based from past experiments and theory...but it rarely happens exactly how I planned.
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Arkansas Weather⛈ Dec 7
How about instead of slamming broadcast meteorologist, people start to thank them? These people work their butts off to assure you have a proper forecast to go about your way - safely. They are frustrated with the forecasts this week too. No need to be ugly to them.
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Brian D. Smith 1h
3.82 inches of rain in the last 24 hours. 4.08 total so far. North Little Rock 2.5 N (AR-PS-58).
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Andrew Jericho 2h
Thunderstorms moving through Hot Springs this morning! Remember if you hear thunder, you can also be struck by lightning. Seek shelter. At this time, storms are not severe. Be careful on your AM commute with lots of water on roadways.
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ArkansasWeather Dec 7
An underachiever in northwest Arkansas may wind up to be an overachiever in northeast Arkansas. HRRR simulated radar getting consistent with axis of the most snowfall to shape up about 25 miles north and south of a Clinton-Batesville-Jonesboro line.
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⚡️ Arkansas Weather Alerts 5h
NWS Alert> The Severe Thunderstorm Which Prompted The Warning has Weakened & Moved Out of The Warned Area. Therefore, The Warning will Be Allowed to Expire.
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Matt Mershon Dec 8
Seriously thinking about doing a story on the accuracy of weather apps. Where’s my snow?
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Garrett Lewis Dec 7
Hot take... It doesn’t matter how much you say: “Low confidence” “High uncertainty” “Poor consensus” “This will change” All people hear is “snow” and the assumption is that it WILL happen. We’re living probabilistic lives in deterministic worlds.
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Raven Richard 4h
Severe T'Storm Warning for Calhoun and Ouachita Counties until 7am. Quarter size hail being reported
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Reid Lybarger 4h
A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Calhoun and Ouachita (AR) Counties until 7:00am. Small hail, gusty winds, and frequent lightning are expected. Radar:
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StateRep David Meeks Dec 11
Radar picking up something in Perry County. Smoke from a fire maybe?
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Matt Standridge 2h
Rainfall totals as of this morning.
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The MidDay rain is moving into Central AR now.
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Barry Brandt 1h
Bands of showers and a few thunderstorms rotating around the main area of low pressure to our SW dumping rain in some of AR this AM
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Bob Harmon 2h
As of 8:00 this morning, have received 0.70 inch, since 10:30 AM Thursday. Total of 1.92 inches since Thursday, about 2 miles SW of White Hall in Jefferson County, from this event.
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Steven Watt 19h
I drive over the lake on 412 every day. Unusual to see fog right on the water in the afternoon. What's up with that?
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NWS Little Rock 2h
Here's a look at rainfall measurements from across the state as of 9 am. Be sure to check your gauge and report your total, this is especially important as more rainfall is expected across the area.
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James Bryant 8h
Little Rock recieved 4.06” of rain yesterday which now makes this the wettest year since 2009. More rain is likely Friday and we’ve still got two weeks to go in 2018... Breaking into the top 5 wettest years on record now appears plausible!
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