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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Little Rock snow forecast

Posted By on Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 6:17 AM

Expected snow accumulations on Wednesday, Feb. 9
  • Expected snow accumulations on Wednesday, Feb. 9

Ice Station Arkansas

Far be it from me to tamp down the escalating hysteria about Arkansas snow forecasts for Wednesday. I may go to two or three grocery stores today. Graphics above and below are from an extensive National Weather Service posting on weather this week. NOTE: The updated morning forecast for Little Rock seems to predict somewhat less snow, though cumulative amounts from Tuesday night, Wednesday and Wednesday evening might explain the map totals. All will be revealed in due course.

SNOWS PROGRESS: Weather Services prediction on the hourly progress Wednesday of the snow.
  • SNOW'S PROGRESS: Weather Service's prediction on the hourly progress Wednesday of the snow.

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