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Sunday, February 12, 2012

The weather freakout

Posted By on Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 8:01 AM

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Nothing else to do, so I scanned the weather sources for the Little Rock forecast on Monday. As ever, Pulaski seems to sit on a dividing line that could go in many directions:

* Weather Channel — high 36, 1 to 2 inches of snow and ice.

* Weather Underground — high 32, ice pellets.

* AccuWeather — high 35, wintry mix in the afternoon.

* National Weather Service — Highs in the mid-30s, snow up to 1 inch. Details here. The key remark:


IT MUST BE EMPHASIZED THAT A DEGREE OR TWO DIFFERENCE IN THE TEMPERATURES...BOTH ON THE GROUND AND ALOFT...COULD DRASTICALLY CHANGE THE EXPECTED PRECIPITATION TYPES AND AMOUNTS.

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