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  • Writer's pictureTodd Yakoubian

Congrats South Arkansas!

Snow to the north and snow to the south! Central Arkansas, our time will come. I HOPE! This won't be a long post as I am off the grid a bit. However, the weather never stops.

The track of the low is still not locked in, but we are confident southern Arkansas will see some accumulating snow out of this Sunday night into Monday morning. The northern extent still a little questionable due to the track and dry air chewing up moisture as it advances north. For Little Rock, flakes may fly in spots, but accumulations may be very small.

Never fear though! There's still plenty of time. After a brief warm up, more cold air is on the way. I'll be back on the grid at that time. I do NOT think we are done with winter by any stretch of the imagination. As a matter of fact, we're just starting :)

As of early Sunday morning, a winter storm watch is in effect for Union, Ashley, and Chicot counties.

THIS IS A MODEL AND NOT A FORECAST. The HRRR trending a bit further south with accumulations. See how the dry air zaps the moisture further north? Also, the track of the low isn't favorable for central and northern Arkansas

James Bryant's forecast as of Sunday morning. Check with him for updates to this.

DO YOUR HOMEWORK KIDS!! There will be a good chance for school closings in southern Arkansas. Remember, this is based on my own experience growing up in this state and our analysis of the forecast data.

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