|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 4:50 PM GMT on December 29, 2010||+0|
|Updated: 1:25 AM GMT on January 01, 2011||Permalink | A A A|
|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 1:06 AM GMT on December 22, 2010||+0|
From the NWS today: Interestingly...model consensus among both the GFS and Euro place the surface low in the Gulf of Mexico by late Friday night. This...combined with surface cold air intrusion across the region and an upper level shortwave sliding east may allow for the possibility of wrap around precipitation in the form of snow flurries by daybreak Christmas morning along the Interstate 30 corridor.
Also this at 4PM: Will also be keeping an eye on an outside possibility of snow becoming mixed with the rain early Christmas day for portions of southeast Oklahoma...southwest Arkansas and north central Louisiana. As the storm system moves away...colder air will filter in from the north as high pressure builds. As temperatures fall below freezing...a few of the residual rain showers may begin to switch over to light snow around sunrise.
Finally now, on Christmas Eve the latest possibity of any kind of snow has changed to none. Still we will wait and see which way the winds blow and how cold the air is.
|Updated: 8:18 PM GMT on December 28, 2010||Permalink | A A A|
|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 3:12 PM GMT on December 12, 2010||+0|
|Updated: 3:34 PM GMT on December 12, 2010||Permalink | A A A|
|Posted by: OrangeRoses, 12:13 AM GMT on December 06, 2010||+0|
I would not be surprised to see snow accumulations in
5" to 1" category along and north of a line from Clarksville
Texas to Texarkana Arkansas to near Monroe Louisiana before the
system quickly exits the region Wednesday morning.
|Updated: 3:36 PM GMT on December 07, 2010||Permalink | A A A|
Orange is a soothing color, orange roses are less common and smell very nice! Torri was an orange rose too.
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