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We have another shot of arctic arriving late this weekend and there could be a little moisture squeezed out. This is NOT an ideal set up for anything significant. The 00Z run of the North American Model went a little crazy with accumulations, but I'm not buying into that at this time since it seems to be well overdone compared to all the data out there. Again, this is not an ideal set up since moisture is limited. A northwesterly wind flow in the upper levels is not conducive to any major precipitation amounts in the winter.
With all that said, I wouldn't be surprised to see a few flakes fly Sunday night into Monday morning with reports of a light dusting in some locations. Here are the maps from weatherbell.com
|The European model shows all amounts well under 1'' for portions of central and southeast Arkansas.|
|The GFS has shown some accumulations on previous model runs, but the overnight one was DRY!|
|The Canadian model shows a general, large area of 1'' or less across a large section of the state.|
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