• Todd Yakoubian

Snow

Did that get your attention? Yes, the first chance for snow is in the forecast, BUT ONLY FOR A SMALL PORTION OF THE STATE.


Much of the state is under a freeze watch for Saturday morning, but that's just the beginning of this cold snap. We'll have a wave of rain late Sunday into Monday. This could end as a little light snow or snow flurries across northern Arkansas, especially the Ozarks. Little if any accumulation is expected at this time.


Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning lows next week may go well below freezing and this is very, very important.


I'll attempt to make snow once again next week and I need temperatures below 29°. It does appear possible for several hours Wednesday morning.


What about beyond next week? I fully expect a significant warm up heading into Thanksgiving. At this time, it does not look chilly. I hope that changes. If it does, I'll let you know.



THE EUROPEAN MODEL CONTINUES WITH A CHANCE FOR A BRIEF CHANGE TO SNOW NORTHERN ARKANSAS LATE MONDAY INTO TUESDAY MORNING AS THE MOISTURE EXITS AND THE COLD AIR RUSHES IN. I WOULD NOT EXPECT MUCH IF ANYTHING OUT OF THIS. I THINK IT'S MORE OF A "WOW" THING.

LOWS OVER THE NEXT 10 MORNINGS LOOK COLD! 5 OUT OF THE NEXT 10 SHOULD BE AT OR BELOW FREEZING. LOOK AT THE SLIGHT WARM UP TOWARDS THE END OF THAT 10 DAY PERIOD. WE'LL COME OUT OF THE DEEP FREEZE AND HAVE A SIGNIFICANT WARMING TREND.

LET'S WATCH WEDNESDAY MORNING FOR TEMPERATURES COLD ENOUGH FOR A PROLONG PERIOD OF SNOW MAKING WEATHER. CLICK ON THE LINK AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE, "LET'S MAKE SNOW"


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