Saturday, January 21, 2012

Severe Sunday? Video Blog Discussion

Below is an extremely in depth look at the possibility for severe weather late Sunday afternoon and evening, especially across the southeastern half of Arkansas.  This will be a very quick moving system with wind and hail the main threat, but isolated tornadoes can't be ruled out, especially across the east.

Check out the in depth video below for all the information you need!

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

wheres the snow :( It is winter isnt it? lol

Anonymous said...

This is the Hughster. Hi guys hows it going. Im sure most of u have figured this out. But the ones are in denial its not going to snow the rest of jan and all of feb. At least not in ark. I have been doing alot of work looking at the weather patterns and etc etc. I see nothing but 50s and 60s for all of jan and feb in central ark. Thats not to say a day or two could not sneak in there with highs in the mid to upper 40s. All the weather systems coming from the pacific is not going to stop no matter what u hear. It kind of reminds me of the pineapple express. As far as joe B if last year didnt prove to you he is a fraud then this year i hope will. Another thing is the sun angle is getting higher in the sky. The temps are increasing the days getting longer. Theres always next year.

Anonymous said...

Its a very boring winter. I hope things change but im about to throw in the towel as far as snow for this year. I know a few longrange forecasters on here and on the national scene have called for a flip to cold but it has not panned out. I think it was more of wishcasting but thats just my opinion. We are just in a pattern thats good for warm weather lovers like Ned Perme. Us snow lovers will just have to endure another long hot summer before we get another chance next winter.

Anonymous said...

Why are you guys and gals giving up hope for wintry weather? We still have a month and a half left. I think we see Snow/ice in February.