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A view of the river at the low-water bridge, upstream, and downstream. The river rose 5 feet overnight after the heavy storms that dumped a good 2+ inches of rain into the watershed:



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… Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from noon Tuesday to
midnight CST Tuesday night…

A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from noon Tuesday to
midnight CST Tuesday night.

* Event… a developing storm system will approach Arkansas from
the west on Christmas day. A mixture of mainly snow and sleet
will develop over the area Christmas day… eventually changing
to all snow as the day progresses. The snow will taper off
late Tuesday evening.

* Snow accumulations… three to six inches of snow accumulation
are expected. Some locally higher amounts will be possible in
the higher elevations.

* Impact… travel conditions will be treacherous… as roadways
become ice and snow covered.

Precautionary/preparedness actions…

A Winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow…
sleet… and ice are expected or occurring. Strong winds are also
possible. This will make travel very hazardous or impossible.


White = Winter Storm Warning:




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Rain and storms

It is 32F now. Last night we had 0.72 inches of rain in fast moving thunderstorms and winds gusting to 31 MPH. There was some severe weather to the southwest of us, in Franklin County, AR; but thankfully not here. We are expecting gusts to 45+ MPH today, then warmer for the next 4 days. This is a massive storm and the barometer got as low as 29.29 inches of mercury early this morning.

This picture is one I forgot to Post back in November; its’ of the Sycamore Trees on the Little Buffalo River at dawn, as they continue to hold their leaves:


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