Articles tagged with: winter weather
What a strange week it was here in Arkansas. Some parts of the state got over two feet of snow on Wednesday and Thursday and the temperatures here in central Arkansas on Sunday were in the 60-degree range.
Ah, but that’s the thing about the Natural State, isn’t it? If you don’t like the weather, give it a few minutes and it will change.
At any rate, we did manage to get some articles written here at First Arkansas News in spite of all the oddness going on with the weather, businesses …
The National Weather Service and just about every media outlet in Arkansas warned us snow was on the way Wednesday.
They were all right, but it appears the initial precipitation projections were a bit low. The National Weather Service predicted we’d see up to 6 inches of snow in some areas and a bit more than that in others. According to one First Arkansas News reader — Barbara Cecil of Springdale — 27 inches of snow had fallen in her town before 10 a.m. this morning and the storm is still …
We’ve been hearing it for over a week now — snow is due to hit central Arkansas later this morning.
According to the National Weather Service, the snow is due to hit various parts of the state between about 6 a.m. and noon. Throughout the day, the storm is due to dump up to 6 inches of snow on the state.
Naturally, the reports of snow caused a good deal of concern throughout the state. On Tuesday, it was sunny and 40 degrees in some parts of Arkansas, yet a number of …
It was quite a busy week here at First Arkansas News.
There was so much going on, in fact, that it wouldn’t be a surprise if some of our regular readers missed a thing or two. It’s a true shame to miss an article or two, so we’ve made it easy for people to keep up with the latest posts on this site. You can follow First Arkansas News through our RSS feed, on Facebook, through Twitter or through daily email updates (click the appropriate link to keep up through any …
According to the National Weather Service office in Little Rock, between 2 and 6 inches of snow fell on central and southern Arkansas between Sunday afternoon and early Monday morning.
Some areas of the state received 10 inches of snow during the storm, as detailed quite well on a map in a weather report issued by the Weather Service.
Naturally, that much snow dumped on an area that typically receives very little caused a number of problems.
In central Arkansas, the National Guard was called out shortly after midnight on Monday to check …
Hopefully the new year has been good to everyone so far.
Here at First Arkansas News we had some big stories last week. If you’ve missed some of it here’s your chance to catch up on the news and features we reported this week.
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Just yesterday, the National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for Arkansas.
As anyone who has lived in this state might tell you, if you don’t like the weather in Arkansas just wait five minutes and it will change. Apparently, the same is true for weather forecasts.
Yes, we still have a winter weather forecast in effect, but it seems the storm to the southwest isn’t moving through the state as quickly as expected. The National Weather Service says we still have snow on the way, but it will arrive later …
The National Weather Service in Little Rock has forecast winter weather this weekend for all of Arkansas and portions of the surrounding states of Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Tennessee.
According to the Weather Service, a cold front pushed through Arkansas from the north today and cold, dry weather will follow it on Saturday and Sunday. Meanwhile, precipitation is building from the south and should bring snow early Sunday through early Monday. The southernmost parts of the state should receive a mixture of freezing rain, sleet and snow while the rest …