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Here We Go Again, Snow-Vember Part 2

A very strong upper level low may get into good position to bring a chance for snow, especially eastern and northern Arkansas Wednesday into Wednesday night. At this time, confidence level is not very high, but these lows will throw curveballs. I have seen it time and time again.


IF there's snow, it would not amount to much since temperatures will be near or just above freezing. I'll have more later, but I wanted to share with you this new development


In other news, because of the addition of cloud cover Wednesday morning from the upper low, snow-making operations might be delayed. It might be only 29 or 30 degrees compared to the needed 25-28 degree range which is more favorable.



See that big blob over the Arklatex? That's a very strong upper level low. These busts forecasts ALL THE TIME. Given the position, strength, and the cold air in place, it must be watched. The track is critical, but it does appear someone will get snow or a mix of rain and snow. The favored area will be the eastern 1/2 of Arkansas.

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