NWS Little Rock

NWS Little Rock


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

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There is a marginal risk of severe storms across all of Arkansas on Tuesday late in the day and during the overnight hours. A severe weather outbreak is not expected given a lack of instability (warmth/moisture) at the time the event unfolds. #arwx 

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Tarmac lurking in the weeds this evening, protecting the upper air building from all predators. #arwx 

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With less than a week to go to until Thanksgiving, the forecast is coming into better focus. While the days leading up to the holiday look unsettled, thanksgiving day itself looks mild and dry. #arwx 

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Highs today will be in the lower 50s to lower 70. Rain chances are expected mainly central and south. #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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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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OTD in 1870, the U.S. Weather Bureau began issuing 24 hour forecasts for the eastern U.S. for the first time. Originally within the U.S. Army, the Bureau would later become the National Weather Service which operates out of 122 forecast offices today. #NWS150 

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Tarmac the weather cat is at it again. He feels a good nap coming on after a tiring surface paw analysis. #arwx 

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