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Coldest Air So Far This Season Coming

Plenty of cold coming, but what about moisture with it? More on that below, but why has it been so cold lately and why more cold fronts? Watch!


I explained this a little more in-depth in the previous blog post. Most of the modeling agrees on one heck of a shot of cold air next Sunday night which would lead to the coldest air of the season so far.


What about snow? There I said it! At times, there have been indications of some moisture in the cold air. Honestly, it's not an ideal set up for anything significant, but flurries could fly across northern Arkansas Monday. At this point, it does NOT look to be significant assuming it actually happens.


These are only MODELS below (GFS and Euro). They do agree on the cold, but moisture, if it occurs would be very little.

EURO TEMPERATURES NOON MONDAY NOVEMBER 11TH.

GFS TEMPERATURES NOON MONDAY

EURO MOST AGGRESSIVE WITH A LITTLE LIGHT SNOW OR FLURRIES ACROSS THE NORTHERN 1/2 OF THE STATE. AGAIN, THIS IS NOT AN IDEAL SET UP AND I HAVE SERIOUS DOUBTS THIS HAPPENS, BUT FLURRIES WOULD BE POSSIBLE.

GFS IS HINTING AT IT TOO, BUT HAS A LIGHT MIX WESTERN ARKANSAS BRIEFLY MONDAY MORNING. KIND OF STRANGE TO HAVE THE EURO MORE AGGRESSIVE THAN GFS IN THE LONG RANGE, BUT IT IS.

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