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Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Video Blog Discussion Wednesday December 1, 2010

2:30 PM Friday Update... HUGH, here's some free advice... I would start posting under your name instead of "anonymous".

8AM Thursday Update... Here's a quick update for you.  As I thought, the models would come into some sort of agreement Thursday or Friday and this is what it shows... The wave of low pressure we have been tracking here for next week still looks very weak.  We may be able to squeeze out a snowflake or two Monday night into Tuesday.  At this time, it's no big deal.  I know, I love snow just as much as all of you do and I wish I could make it happen. 

Here's on thing you can count on next week... COLD!  I think it's possible not to get out of the 30s for afternoon highs in many locations.  I'll keep you updated here as more data comes in.  There could be more interesting weather down the road!

8 PM Wednesday Update... I want to let "Ronnia" know in the comment section that we are ALL hoping and praying for you and your husband.  If I could make it snow, I would.

It seems as if the blog is sizzling hot right now and we're fast approaching 100,000 hits since we re-launched the blog at the end of last July.  Thanks everyone for coming here and having fun.

Hugh, Snowbirdbob, and weatherninja are at it in the comment section!  Hugh, I'll ask once again, I would love to do a skype interview with you on the blog.  I think everyone would enjoy getting to know you.

2 PM Wednesday Update... I would like to invite Hugh to appear on an edition of "Shooting The Breeze".  Hugh, email me and we'll skype the interview.  I think it's only fair for all of us to get to know the man who is sooo negative when it comes to snow.  I promise a fair interview!

1 PM Wednesday Update... At this time I think a little Kenny Roger's would be very, very appropriate...

"You got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em
Know when to walk away, know when to run
You never count your snowflakes, when you're sittin' at the computer
There'll be time enough for countin', when the winter's done."

All the major long range models continue to paint a very cold and mostly dry picture for the beginning of next week.  The data indicates readings struggling to get out of the 30s in some sections of the state.  The GFS does bring in a weak wave with little if any precip. (probably virga) into the region.  It's only right at this point in the ballgame to say the chances are likely that nothing will happen next Monday and Tuesday.  With that said, the models are well known for bringing back systems that suddenly disappear, so there's a tiny bit of hope.  I'll keep you updated!!!!


60 comments:

Anonymous said...

First of all i have not seen the video discussion Todd, my phome is a sprint hero does not let me watch the video i will upgrade to evo when time allows. So i dont know what u said about the upcoming snow chances. I will give u my two cents on what going to happen next week for little rock . I will make it real easy and whats going to happen is ZIP., nothing, nada lets try to get on with other weather like severe. i looked at all models folks i dont think theres a snowballs chance-pundt intended of any snow in little rock this system the next all winter loik guys i love a good snow but i know this weather u have to be realistic its NOT going to happen. ninja the only snow your going to see in your backyard this winter is when you are laying in your bed an snoozing away yes when your dreaming. I will bet u little rock adams field or the airport u prefer Nlr airport wont officially record 1 inch of snow from now to march 1 it just has to b one of those two airports guys i hate to say it but its going to b a very warm winter overall.

Anonymous said...

Hi this is LISA does anyone know if there has ever been any measurable snow in Little Rock in the month of december and if so how much and what years? I just moved here and was curious.

weatherclipper said...

Wow, the blog is heating up as it gets cold. Glad to see everyone back and committing again.

Hello HUGH! Thanks for keeping us on our toes and making it fun!

Todd, I love the break down you are giving on the models. It is getting me away from Accuweather to start my day! Haha!

Snowbirdbob and Ninja are making good points. We must have a strong source of cold air to fill up the atmosphere from top to bottom. We get our best snows in Arkansas when we have a strong high filtering cold air in off stiff NE Winds. The cold air does not have to jump the Ozarks; it just slides right in from Ohio and Mississippi Valley. The set up could be there next week. Snowbirdbob pointed out the computer models will not see the storm coming from Pacific Ocean into CA very well. That is why the models giveth and taketh away. We will have to wait for NWS on west coast to send up some balloons and take sounding data before we can get a good fix on how strong this storm will be. It’s really a timing issue. We have strong arctic high pressing in from the north and upper level low digging a trough across the south. Will these two systems come together and make a snow storm?

Look at it like this – you have two systems that are thousands of miles apart converging on an area that is three or 4 states in coverage. They have to come together just right to produce an area of snow that is 100 to 200 miles wide and 1000 miles across. This scenario has large margin for error when forecasting more than 12 to 24 hours out.

It is interesting to note that we have picked up where we left off from last winter’s pattern, at least for our area of the country. December should be active and lots more rumors of winter weather and possible severe weather. Note the severe weather stayed south and east of Little Rock on the last go round. It will be interesting to see if that pattern continues or if it pushes back North and West over the coming weeks.

Looks like I will get to see my first upslope snow next week while in Boulder CO. I travel Monday afternoon and come back on Wednesday. I will miss the fun and games here in the Rock if it happens. I will keep you posted on how much snow we get in Boulder CO.

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.

Weatherclipper

Anonymous said...

Oh Hugh, just what are we going to do with you? I think you need a hug............

Caleb said...

Dont be negative and getting every bodies hopes down whoever this anoymous is. The blog is for fun and not to be negative. Its no fun when were talking about the chances of snow a week out and having fun doing it and a person just comes in and says its not gonna snow over and over!! I just wish you could keep those thoughts to yourself.

Tammy Boyce (tboyce1979) said...

I know you said Temps were going to take a dive, but will they really take that much of a dive to let snow stick if we even get any?

And let me just say that I am so excited to see everyone back on here! I'm ready for another winter with my weather buddies :) I definitly don't have that "Hugh" Attitude and I think in the words of the song...he needs to get a "NEW" attitude :) Welcome back everyone. It's going to be an interesting ride. Happy B-lated B-day my dear friend Fanatic! Have fun and hollar at us when you get back.

Anonymous said...

Ok Tammy and Caleb first of all i doubt the weather listens to anything i write or say. If its supposed to snow it will happen. This blog is for people giving their opinion. Im just stating my opinion i say little rock aekansas gets not 1 inch this winter i hope we get 26 inches in one winter season like we did back in the 60s. i just dont see anything coming this way for the whole season. when we get precip mark my words it will be plain rain the same rhat falls in the summer or spring. no ice or snow. Just to warm. Dont wana get any one down hey my opinion most people say is worth not a plug nickel take it fir what irs worth this blog is fun i like it. Snowbob i think you are going to have to travel to kansas or central missouri this year for snow thats as far south as i see it getting. Its Hugh an im gone

SNOWBIRD BOB said...

Hugh, I tell you what if the state of Arkansas doesn't get any snowstorms worth chasing this year by April, I will personally drive up there & take you out to eat, to a resturant of your choice, steak, seafood whatever you like, I have been chasing winter storms in Arkansas for about 15 years, Guess what it has never failed to recieve a good snow in some part of the state, If I win, you do whatever you want for the reward..I am almost positive I'll be thru there waaaay before April so I want have to worry about a special trip lol. But, You never know..We Shall See..

Anonymous said...

Ok snowbird bob your on will say from conway south to eldorado and points east and west to the state lines of miss and okla if u win i mail.u the ticktets to your choice of resturant an vise versa and 1 inch or more officiially at little rock national arpt or nlr airport what do u say feom now to march 1st for two tickets

SNOWBIRD BOB said...

lol, You told me I would have to drive to Kansas or Missouri, Yes, I'll take the bet, but let's extend that to March 31st. Yes, your rules is fine..

WeatherNinja said...

Hugh..I'm ready for you. You say that Little Rock will not receive any snow in 2010/201l winter season. What do you want to wager?
Just put it out there!

If the models verify as shown in the latest runs, the big upper low sitting north of the Great Lakes along with High Pressure to our west will in turn pull down some cold air from Canada and could very well be the coldest air we've seen so far this winter into the Central, Southern and Eastern US. The problem with this pattern is we get a northerly/northwesterly flow aloft which means dry conditions except for the occasional clipper type system that rides up and over the ridge and then dives SE. If we ever get snow from these it is usually light and doesn't amount to much. That's what will occur next week but there is a distubance that will interact with the cold air and could squeeze out (since there is no gulf moisture to tap) a few snow flurries. This can all change if that storm system off the CA coast can tap some Pacific and gulf moisture. I'll keep watching as the rest of you will.

Ninja

Hugh..where are you? Bring it!

tboyce1979 said...

And let the games begin...

Ronnia said...

I got married in May of this year. My husband has lung cancer and it is spreading. We are makeing memories and I would love to see enough snow to make a few snowmen, lol. I enjoy the blogs. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Hey guys tis is my first post to th blog. Love it so far.

I too love Winter Weather, and Have seen and keep up with alot of storms over the years in Arkansas. With that being said it is mighty hard to have moisture and cold at the same time in Arkansas this time of year. Everything changes in 2-3 more weeks. Hope we see at least a few flakes flying round by mid-week.

Jason Hampton- Randolph County Ar

Amyb726 said...

Ronnia....perhaps this storm is brewing just for you and your husband! A beautiful December snow would certainly make for beautiful memories! Praying for you and your husband as you travel this difficult road together.

Anonymous said...

ok snowbob your on i give u now to march 31 and then u can mail me the tickets im not going to make u drive 3 hours to little rock one way or whatever it is. snowbird bob 1 inch or more at little rock or north little rock airport.thats all it takes an u are the winner., now ninja two inches for u at either airport u win, u ask why os yours more then snowbirds well because your mr confident for so long put your tickets where your mouth is .

The WeatherNinja said...

After I demolished you last year..you bet I'm Mr. Confident. How's your mother? I will take that bet. Between now and March 31st at least 2 inches of snow total has to fall at either LR National Airport or the NWS at NLR. If I win I want to dinners from Benihana's in NLR if you win..I'll give you 6 free buffets from Golden Corral for either breakfast, lunch or dinner. Or you can name another restaurant in Central Arkansas. Let's get ready to rumble.....

Anonymous said...

Ill bet that somewhere in Arkansas sees 8 inchs snow year....I like steak too. :-)

Jason

jimmylee42 said...

Wow! This blog is getting very interesting. I want us to have a good dumping of snow this winter like most of us here. Not because I want any individual to win or lose a bet. It would be amazing to me if no town south of Conway got at least a 2 inch snowfall sometime this winter. I could see a particular town not receiving measurable snowfall this winter,but not that much area of the state. I think somebody is going to be buying two meals.

jimmylee42 said...

Lisa-

I did some research on December snowfall. Little Rock has averaged having measurable snowfall about one out of three Dec. since weather records began. Average white Christmas about every 8 years since 1960. The last white was 2004. We had about 4 inches out here in WLR and 2.6 official. The deepest snow was 9.8 back on Dec. 22 1963 and we had a big old white one then. We have had a snow drought, sort of, in Dec for several years so we might be overdue for some in December.

Chad Gardner said...

Ninja, can I go to dinner with you since it's a sure bet you'll win?

tboyce1979 said...

I love me some hibachi grill...I want in on this bet! I say 2 1/2 inches...of snow :) Praying for youi andyour husband Ronnia! My god grant you your request.

Jason H said...

Anyone wanna go against me one on one, county vs county ? :-)

teddyc said...

Already seen some snow in Fayetteville. Im a student at the UofA and we had some flurries yesterday morning! Also, ridiculous to think anywhere south of Conway will not see measurable snow...

Daryl Stout said...

The models always have a hard time handling arctic intrusions...but we know of the story of the guy who "shoveled 5 inches of partly cloudy off his driveway". :) If the storm goes 50 miles either way off the forecast track, the whole forecast changes.

I prefer the cold weather, as it keeps the bugs away...as well as severe weather. We really have dodged a severe weather bullet recently...twice Thanksgiving Week, and earlier this week. Unfortunately, many other areas weren't as lucky.

Speaking of severe weather, this weekend is Skywarn Recognition Day. This is the 12th year of the event, which recognizes the contributions of Skywarn Storm Spotters...many of them ham radio operators...in providing "ground truth" to the National Weather Service, with the severe weather warnings. For more information on the event, go to http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mtr/hamradio -- over 100 National Weather Service offices in all 50 states will participate in the event, which runs from 6pm CST Friday to 6pm CST Saturday.

While the event is 24 hours, I plan to be at the National Weather Service at the North Little Rock Airport from 6pm Friday to 12 Noon Saturday with a ham radio mode of "Echolink". You will usually hear me on the Central Arkansas Radio Emergency Net (CAREN) 146.940 repeater during severe weather. Other ham radio operators will operate on other bands as well.

Daryl Stout, AE5WX
Wx1der (Weather Wonder)

Anonymous said...

i sure hope i get to eat my words about the snow, i just feel like im going to be eating good in april. yeh my mom passed in june of this year god rest her soul. like i said this is one bet i wouldnt mind losing. oh thanks for the offer to shoot the breeze Todd very nice of you but i dont have a webcam.maybe another time.

Anonymous said...

Todd it does look good on down the road around the 15th. i like what i see then, because the later it gets in to dec the better are chance is.

SNOWBIRD BOB said...

Good Morning Everyone, Sorry Hugh on the passing of your mother, I lost my mom last July, It has been rough.Ok here are some thoughts on next week's weather. Everybodys got there own opinions, I can speak from experience about these short waves coming from the NorthWest yes many of you are right about them being weak because of the dry cold air & This one coming early next week may fit into that catagory. But, I know this for a fact, this short waves can & do over acheive sometimes, Back in Dec.31-Jan.1 on New Years Eve 2001 We down here in Northern Louisiana had a short wave coming at us from the Northwest out of Okl, Wasn't suppose to be much, well as the evening progressed light to moderate snow broke out, sticking snow, Temps were in the upper 20's by 9PM heavy snow was occuring by 7AM the next day up to 9 inches of fluffy snow was on the ground from yes a short weak wave, It was the most snow this area saw since the mid 1980's. So am I wishcasting no, am I saying this will happen no! Could it produce several inches of snow for some of us very possible, Its happen before. personally I think just light snow to a few snow showers & very cold most of next week. But as Todd stated, the next couple of weeks could be very interesting with cold air around & the seasonal jet maturing, We could be in for a WILD RIDE!! We Shall See.. Oh & My prayers go out to the wife & husband,, I hope & usually dont pray for snow, but I did for your family. Stay Safe...

Anonymous said...

Hi im Cindy i was wondering does anyone know if Little Rock has ever been 32 degrees or below for several days in a row and what is the most hours before they got above freezing what month an year

Bimini Butterfly said...

Cindy I know January 2010 had a very cold stretch where it didnt get above freezing...I live in Northern Pulaski County. We have a big pond and it was froze over for several days...

jimmylee42 said...

Cindy-

According to the NWS Little Rock it was at or below 32 degrees for 12 days from Dec 19 through Dec 30 1983. It was a white Christmas that year and very tough getting around on streets and even yards because the snow was capped with an inch of ice.

Anonymous said...

Hey~~!! Has anyone checked out Joe Bastardis new Christmas Day forecast?? Half of the US with a white Christmas including ALL of arkansas check it out on accu weather . com > http:// ww.accuweather . com/blogs /news /story/42440/white-christmas-predicted- for-1 . asp\

You will have to remove some of the spaces or its located on the front page. MAYBE Arkansas isn't out of the woods ;)

Hopeful for a fluffy white Christmas

tboyce1979 said...

Since I'm feeling next week is a bust, do we see anything else in the near future??? I do want to say that I am very sorry for your loss Hugh. My prayers go out to you.

Jason H said...

Like I was saying before,It is gonna be mighty hard to get any moisture up here with that cold dry canadian air humming straight South the next 7-10 days. I say it is BONE DRY and cold the next 10-14days. Hopefully it will get more active toward Christmas.Boring weather smells !!!

Anonymous said...

Hi its the Hughster..well looks like no hope in sight for any snow for little rock or nowhere in arkansas not even fayetteville or harrison. looks like this cool snap next week is not going to last. it looks to be in the 50s for highs about a week from now just in time for more rain next weekend. i just think its going to be a long boring winter weatherwise unless u like 50s and 60s for highs and when we do get precip just plain rain. and when we do have a occasional cold day it will be drier then my dogs but on a hot summer day. guys we are not going to see snow this year i wish we would but it just not in the cards. i wana say thanks to everyone who gave their sympathy for my loss. i just think im gona be eatin real good come spring.

Will said...

You need to quit looking at that Accuweather long range forecast as it changes every day.....Make sure that belt of yours has extra holes in it 'cause your gonna be needing them when you don't get all those meals your counting on. The big snow's coming!! Keep the faith all you snow lovers.......

Anonymous said...

Let me make this perfectly CLEAR to everyone. No one loves or wants a good snow more then i do. If the big snow comes to town im going to enjoy it very much and i will be outside in it when it falls i dont care if its 2 in the morning. Trust me theres nothing i want more to eat my words an have to buy meal tickets for snowbird an ninja. This blog is fun an its for opinions dont take it to heart so much. Im just giving a opinion when i say i just dont see any snow next week or 10 days or so on

Caleb said...

Amen to that will!:) Stop being negative! I don't think you should be counting on those dinners! More likely you should be counting on paying for a dinner! Cuz sometime this winter little rock and the whole area will get snow! PERIOD!!

Anonymous said...

Im from northern aransas and i watch the ky3 weather. The pretty accuarate. There saying the next 10to 14 days ill be cold but dry. Now if we do get anything within that time frame. It will be very light. Now after the 10 to 14 day time frame i dont know. Well have to wait and see. Now for the people who are complaining and second guessing no snow this winter. Dont you have something else better to do than to grape? Winter hasnt even begun yet. Yall need to chill out and take a breather. Well get some snow this winter!!

Anonymous said...

Look guys i will say this winter is going ti be vwry boring. Herbie is going to be scrambling to find ways to keep people occupied. We are goung to be takin snowtrips to kansas an missouri before spring gets here. Im already start thinking whick resturants i wana eat lol. I turn 21 in march im gona be eatin Real Good. Its Hugh im gone

SNOWBIRD BOB said...

Hey Hugh, I might just come up there & we can go eat at the resturant on top of Rich Mountain, In Mena,Ark, at the end of March they might still have snow on the ground.It would be a beautiful view, While me & Ninja enjoy our free steak dinners lol..Hey, I might let you off the hook, I might just order a cheeseburger..

hugh said...

aftr luking at some mure data, i have decided that ninja and snowbirdbob and clippeer are probubly sum of the greatest fourcasters out there. they realy no there stuff and im probaby going to lose this winter. we wil see snow and it will come down hard. i hope that im wrong asum i want to win but no i wont. this is Hugh. ima gone

tboyce1979 said...

Okay then "Hugh". If you're going to be turning 21, how do you remember winters so far in the past before you were even born? I've seen some past posts where you talked about that. Just what are you trying to pull over on everyone?

Jason H said...

This is starting to be a little funny to me. NO ONE knows what it is going to do 5-7 days out much less 2-4 freaking weeks !!! Past Winters says Little Rock will see some snow this year, may not be much, may be more, ya never know. It also says somewhere in Arkansas will get a couple good snows. Might be NE, might be the Ozarks. The past Winters also says somewhere will get somewhat of a ice storm, could be big, could be small. Anyway things will get cooking in a couple weeks, and if we can tap into our friend the Gulf with some cold late December air then LOOK OUT !!! :-D

jimmylee42 said...

Well, now this old geezer is really confused. I thought Hugh was just using reverse psychology until that last post. I used to do that, and many friends and family used to do that with fishing. "No fish in this lake","We won't catch a fish today", "The weather has messed with them biting today." "If we catch a fish today I'll pay for it."

Anonymous said...

Hi this is cindy im knew to the area has the roads ever got bad around town where they were un driveable because of snow or ice ? Im from corpis christi so far this weather is great . Its alot like texas when i was in amarillo

Anonymous said...

Looks like there aee two Hughs on the blog OR THERE IS A IMPOSTER. This is the one and only Hugh looks like someone is posting somw of these blogs and signing my name to them. Oh well uts all in the fun.

weatherclipper said...

Huge, I really appreciate the kind words. Me, Ninja, Paul, Snowbirdbob, Todd, and others try and provide the best analyses we can. We don't always get it right and we have to eat "corn" sometimes. I am glad you are fan and thanks for keeping us on our toes. Keep making the blog fun and exciting.

Don’t worry about Ninja. Sometimes we use his hot air forecast to start the grill. Lol. I am just kidding. I have learned a lot from Ninja about the weather and you won’t find a nicer guy.

Weatherclipper

weatherclipper said...

I take it all back now. You mean that was not Huge that posted. Someone eles posted under Huge that said I was a great forecaster! That is not funny! Ok, it is a little, but still I am hurt. I thought Huge was starting to respect me as a storm tracker. Oh well, back to drawing board or in our case the weather models.

BTW, there are indications that cold weather may presist right through Christmas and the battle zone between arctic cold and warm air may be futher south than advertised in the Long Range Weather Forecast. Could mean more winter weather for the mid-south than expected. Theat blow up some contest numbers if we get a big snow.

weatherclipper

weatherclipper said...

I am starting to type like Huge! Sorry for the type O's. I was in a hurry.

I was trying to say that could blow up some contest numbers if we get a big snow.

weatherclipper

Anonymous said...

This is Hugh the one and only i want a big snow for all of us . I want to eat my words. I just dont think the cold air will be here when and if moisture comes to town. Every forecast i see says 50s and 60s for highs. I mean if its gona snow i will be shocked; but happy

Jason H said...

I wish I would have known about the contest. You guys would have not stood a chance. :-) Dont yell @ me I am only kidding.

Anonymous said...

Well i see this big snow were supposed to get next week is still in noaa forecast i see they have a big 10 percent chance of rain/.snow for little rock lol i think i have a better chance of a helicopter with todd y. as the pilot hitting my house then little rock getting snow from this system

Shack said...

Clipper, PLEASE don't start typing like Hugh, lol!!! One is enough.

Todd, can we start a new poll? Let's vote on a new name for Hugh, Kill Joy or Buzzkill.

Just messin' with ya Hugh, you feel free to be a glass half empty negative Nancy all you want ;)

Shack

Amyb said...

Somebody on this blog is a Snow Grinch. Maybe a trip to Whoville is in order...or should I say Hughville?!

Anonymous said...

Clippur..i reaspect yur fourcast and I don't worry about that ninja guy. even though you guys are relly nice i still think we may or maynot get some snow. i see 50s or 60s but no temperture below 30 this next week. most of the snow will be in to the north of us and we wont get any. we wil be mowin are lawns before any snow falls in little rock. i just don't see it at all. i wish it would but don't see it. im going to be enjoyin my free meals at my favorite restarant. i can taste it now. Herbie is good with the weather and so are you and guru. this is the one and only hugh.

The WeatherNinja said...

Wow..I almost fell out of my chair after reading that Hugh thinks temperatures are going to be in the 50s and 60s next week and gave WeatherClipper some props as well. I guess he's not that bad but I disagree with his weather predictions. Btw..Clipper I'll put my "hot air" forecast against your accuforecast anytime. You're a nice guy as well and it's fun watching you troll at Bar Louies. Hugh, I meant to tell you that I am sorry for the loss of your mother and that I want you to know that you bring something to the table with your outlook on winter weather in Arkansas. It's all in fun but both SnowBird Bob and I will take you down easily this year. Just have our gift certificates ready on April 1st but we won't have to wait that long to win. Looks chilly next week and the HPC snowfall predition map that I have on Ninja's Corner looks very close to what is actually happened and is happening tonight in the upper Midwest. I would love to be there. Since we are all snow starved..I think it's time to post some snow pictures from last year on the blog. I have some from the first day of spring and some from two years ago north of Jonesboro where over 8 inches fell. It was a blast and I can't wait for more. In the meantime..I'll just go at it with Hugh.

Anonymous said...

I think i will take your free advice Todd an start posting under my name . The imposter is Back an is tryin to be funny. The last blog was a imposter hey u yellow belly im callin u out u imposter whats your real name . Lets get back to weather i think this cold air is nice but looks like the weather will be dry. Oh and about my typing when u have a touchscreen phone with the keys so small that a twn year old would have trouble typing on hey guys give a break lol anyways this is the real Hugh an u imposter be a man and stop hiding behind someone elses name.

Anonymous said...

Its hugh look i have fun on this blog . Todd i have a feeling there is no.hope for snow in little rock anytime soon or u would have posted something by now. Ninja i guess u misunderstood what i tried to type. I meant to say little rock i agree will be in the 40s for highs next week up until late week after that 50s an 60s. With rain fri or saturday. I get my kicks off this blog so many of u wanting snow guys like i said b4 alot of people will be heading to the state that dorthy called home along with toto to see snow soon and also the show me state. Ninja u better start saving your cash for those tickets. I will be hungry by then lol

SNOWBIRD BOB said...

Posted By Joe Bastardi This Morning

"By the way, the short wave that is going to be tailing southeast toward the gulf early next week, may put snow down all the way to the I-20 corridor between Dallas and Jackson. At this time I dont think the holy grails of southern snows, Houston and New Orleans will see it but it may get darn close."


I still think Southern Ark will see a little snow & as far North as Little Rock there maybe a few flakes flying,as I stated before this waves can pull some rabbits out of the hat..We Shall See..