Winter Storm Watch!

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milf

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NWS has issued a WINTER STORM WATCH for the greater Hot Springs area from Thursday afternoon until Friday. Possibility of up to a quarter inch of ice, and up to 3 inches of snow on top of that. Get ready folks this may get nasty!
 

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Oh man, I sure hope it doesn't get bad down here in South Arkansas. I may be working double time with all the accidents!!!!
 

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They were saying western Arkansas was supposed to get 1/2" of ice but they have changed that with the latest update.

Basically, they have made their best guess and it isn't going to be pretty, regardless of which version you listen to.
 

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The model keeps changing. Now they say that the cold air has moved in more quickly than the moisture. Maybe more ice? Boy o Boy I hope it doesn't get bad.
 

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I got right now at 6:25 PM.. about a quarter inch of ice on ground and trees.. Snow is starting.
 

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Now that it appears to be over... just over a quarter inch of ice.. about an inch of snow
 

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Such a beautiful day in Eureka Springs yesterday, Saturday, a high of 72. Working outside in my tee-shirt hauling more firewood up to the porch when I started receiving text messages about a winter storm on the way. What a bummer.

Spent today checking our generator in the event of a power outage and charging an extra battery for my fire department radio.

Bob Howle, K5RJH
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