I'LL BE LIVE ON "THE BUZZ" 103.7 THURSDAY MORNING SOMETIME AROUND 8 OR SHORTLY AFTER.
I would like to think I'll be talking about the weather, but with those guys, it could be anything.
5:30 PM Wednesday Update... This is just not coming together like I was hoping it would. This is why I have cautioned everyone and only called for accumulations across northern Arkansas and that should be on the light side. Things can still change and I'll keep looking over the data. The piece of energy coming at us from the west looks to stay too far south and the cold air to support snow won't arrive until later Christmas Eve. A push of energy from the north will bring very light accumulations to northern Arkansas. I still think it's possible for a few flakes to fly across the central portions of the state. Now, that's better than nothing right? I'll keep you updated here and on twitter!!!
11:45 AM Wednesday Update... A few items here. First of all, I will maintain my northern Arkansas forecast with only a dusting at best central sections. I am very cautious about the whole system due to the stubbornness of the GFS southward track.
THIS IS NOT A DONE DEAL BY ANY STRETCH! I also think there's a chance all we get is a few flurries and that's it. So many things can and will change. I think we'll have a better handle on this late today or Thursday AM.
The WeatherNinja has convinced me to make an appearance on the Buzz Thursday AM so you might want to listen. More updates later.
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
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