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NWS Little Rock


Official Twitter account for the National Weather Service Little Rock. Details: http://t.co/KKTK7cZlhK

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1:00 PM-Storms are moving in across western Arkansas. This storm is capable of large hail between Gravelly and Blue Mountain as it moves northeast. #arwx 

Significant Weather Advisory for East Central Logan and Northwestern Yell Counties until 145 PM CDT. #arwx 

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Significant Weather Advisory for Southwestern Logan and Northeastern Scott Counties until 145 PM CDT. #arwx 

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Significant Weather Advisory for South Central Perry. #arwx 

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Significant Weather Advisory for Central Montgomery County until 245 PM CDT. #arwx 

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Significant Weather Advisory for Northwestern Clark, Southwestern Garland and West Central Hot Spring Counties until 300 PM CDT. #arwx 

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This has to be one of the best shots from this morning's super blue blood moon taken by William Rainey at Queen Wilhelmina in western Arkansas. WOW! #SuperBlueBloodMoon 

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5:20 PM-Here is a look at the tornado that intensified and moved through Jonesboro, AR this evening around 5 PM. @NWSMemphis  continues to monitor this storm as it moves northeast, very dangerous! #arwx 

Ok, so we had to take a crack at showing this loop as well. Major Hurricane#Barbara  and a total solar eclipse traversing the Pacific Ocean! Just wow... #arwx 

Because it's so pleasant tonight, we decided to work outside. Problem is, no computer access so we're having to hand compute the forecast. According to the equation... mild with a couple storms in the west 😃 #arwx  #mathnerds  (bonus points if you know what equation this is!)

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And just as round one ends, here comes round two. Six to more than ten inches of additional snow and sleet are in the forecast for much of Arkansas Tuesday night through Thursday. #arwx 

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While we await the rain in Oklahoma this evening, it's pretty safe to say that #TarmacTheWeatherCat  really likes his scratching post (and the string attached to it). #arwx 

Tarmac the weather cat is studying the derivation of the Omega equation this afternoon. Maybe he can tell the rest of us what all those symbols mean. #arwx 

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