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Over 20" of snow... Now A Frigid Night

February 09, 2011|Weather Blog | KSPR Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lighty

Springfield, MO — Quite the morning across parts of Arkansas as 20" + of snow fell in an area near Rogers and Springdale. Below you can see the band where 12"-24" of snow fell. At times snow was coming down at a clip of 3" to 4" per hour. Incredible.

Now other places north of that band saw lighter amounts, below you can see some of the different cities and their amounts.

Now it is time to prepare for the bitter cold that is moving in. Clear skies and a snow pack will bring temperatures down to near -5 in the morning.

Here is a look at the wind chill advisory that is in effect.

Take a look at how low the wind chills will be tonight. Brrrr.

Ok, ok, enough of the snow and cold. Let's get rid of it!!! The big THAW will start this weekend. Take a look at that weekend forecast.

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Here is a look at the high temperatures over the next 5 days. Yea believe it or not by next Wednesday we may hit 60°!!!

 

Well thanks for checking out the weather blog and don't forget to keep sending in your photos to weather@kspr.com or on our KSPR Weather facebook page.

Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lighty



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