Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Video Blog Discussion

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bring on some cold! I want cold, not cool! LOL! Just no storms next week and I'm great! Keep it up ya'll!

Doug in HS said...

Text blogs are good, video blogs are great.

We'll take 'em however we can get 'em.

Chad Gardner said...

Definitely ask the RadarScope guys about an Android version. This Weather Geek would definitely buy it once it's released.

SNOWBIRD BOB said...

Hello Everyone, Get ready for some wild computer model runs as we head into the weekend,Anything from severe weather to winter weather,for the state of Arkansas for the end of next week.There is alot of cold air building over much of North America.You can see both the GFS & EURO models are dumping a huge amount of shallow dense cold air towards the middle & end of next week into the Northern Plains & Pacific Northwest, My problem is that I beleive that the Rocky Mountains Range will not let that much cold air ride over them,I dont understand why the computer models dont notice that little better, What I beleive should happen as the days go by you will start to see the computer models deepen to more of a North to South look with a stronger & deeper trough allowing the cold air to arrive a little sooner & alot colder as we head into the middle & latter part of next week. Now for you winter weather lovers, all we need is a storm system, As of right now I see a storm system that will likely produce some wintry weather from Texas,OKLA,& Arkansas & yes, I am going out on another limb here, I beleive some will see some sort of wintry weather all the way to the I-40 corridor of Arkansas. We Shall see..

jimmylee42 said...

Looks like snow or sleet falling in far NW corner of the state. Bella Vista maybe.

Anonymous said...

Would this include the mountain home area up in northern areas? If someone could tell me that would be great :).

Kevin (weatherman15) said...

Snow is not out of the question but the chance of snow is low even for Northern Arkansas as dry air filters in...Even though cold air looks likely

Anonymous said...

Ok. Well winter hasnt officially started yet so hopefully we all see some sort of winter precipitaion this year. Hopefully we arent in a dry pattern next month.