Snow in November? Why Not?
It happened 4 years ago almost to the exact date! A light coating of snow fell mainly north and west of the metro.
Something similar may happen again Monday. A very cold rain will become likely Sunday night into Monday with temperatures steady or falling into the mid 30s. For the most part, surface temperatures will remain above freezing. As an area of low pressure aloft pulls into the region, the rain will have a chance to change over to light snow mainly north and west of central Arkansas. There are models which show it further south, but I'm taking a conservative approach to this. At the end of the day, I think it's more of a "WOW" event. Whatever falls will be brief and gone quickly as temperatures go back into the 40s Tuesday.
Once again, I can't stress this enough. This is nothing to panic about or get too excited, but it does appear a brief change to light snow will be possible later Monday for mainly areas north and west of the metro. Regardless, it's going to be a very cold rain with readings well below average.
What about the very long range forecast into Thanksgiving? At this time, I think there's a very good chance for a significant warming trend. The back and forth continues!