• Todd Yakoubian

Snow Wrap Up

Upper level low, weatherman woes! I learned it many, many years ago. They throw curveballs all the time and you have to do your best to stay out in front of it. The only significant curveball for the Channel 7 viewing area was the early onset across southern Arkansas, IMO. However, Tuesday afternoon and evening, we begin to catch onto that and got out in front of it. You can see my blog update below calling for the snow to start early Wednesday morning.



PRELIMINARY FINAL SNOW TOTALS COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.


It's important to remember, no snow forecast will ever be perfect. I don't care what anyone says. However, I think it turned out pretty darn good.


So what's next? The first half of November has been brutally cold. I don't think we have anywhere to go but up at this point. Thanksgiving week looks close to or a little above the average. In case you were wondering, that's the lower 60s. Our afternoon temperatures Wednesday hovered in the lower 30s. Amazing. Like I said, we have no where to go, but up!!! The last week of the month into early December should turn colder, but I wonder how cold. How will it compare to what we just went through? We'll sort out those details as we get closer to that time. Any milder weather weather next week should be greeted with cooler air the week following.



COURTESY WEATHERBELL.COM. THE FIRST 14 DYS OF NOVEMBER HAS BEEN REMARKABLY COLD. THE COUNTRY IS ALMOST -2.5° C. INCREDIBLE. IT CAN'T GET MUCH COLDER THAN THIS FOR NOVEMBER.


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