Thursday, January 26, 2006
More Wet Weather Coming
Last Sunday's rain was a true soaker for most of Arkansas. There were a couple of observations of snow in extreme northeastern Oklahoma and extreme northwestern Arkansas. The snow was only reported in a couple of observations and nothing accumulated. If the air had been about 10 degrees cooler, most of the state would have seen about 6-12'' of snow. Instead, it was 1-2'' of rain with heavier amounts up to 4'' over southeastern Arkansas. The above image is doppler radar estimates from the National Weather Service for the entire month of January so far.
Now more rain is coming for this weekend, although it doesn't appear to be the soaker of last weekend, but nevertheless more rain.
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