Welcome to another Weekly Wrap Up! This week’s Weekly Wrap Up will also be brief since I am still transitioning over to another computer and am working off of two machines at the moment. This week’s weather brought a couple of rainy days to the Natural State, along with temperatures mostly in the 50’s to 60’s for the highs. Here’s a look at this week’s past temperatures from my Earth Networks weather station, as well as this week’s rainfall totals from my CoCoRaHS rain gauge. You can have a look at last week’s report to see how well last week’s seven day forecast temperatures compared with this week’s actual temperatures.
Here’s a look at the current conditions on my Earth Networks weather station, as well as a look at temperatures across the state this evening (both from NWS stations and Earth Networks weather stations, maps courtesy of Baron Threat Net and Earth Networks Sferic Maps).
Here’s a look at the current high-res radar for the state. A few minor showers this evening, but nothing severe. Parts of Northwest Arkansas are under a Winter Weather Advisory.
Here’s a look at the seven day extended forecast for Hot Springs, in which Thursday-Saturday seems to bring a return to the rain for the Natural State.
Finally, here’s a look at this week’s interesting weather-related news:
- Earth Networks brings weather alerting and lighting detection to West Bengal
- Todd Yakoubian reflects on the February 5, 2008 tornado event on the Arkansas Weather Blog
- A devastating 6.4 magnitude earthquake strikes the coast of Taiwan
- Todd Yakoubian discussing winter weather in Arkansas
- Earth Networks mentions five pieces of technology that keeps flight crews and passengers safe
- Earth Networks outlines the top five winter storms in February
- WeatherNation discusses rain rates versus storm totals
- We Love Weather outlines how the weather will impact the 2018 Winter Olympics
- Earth Networks gives four winter weather tips for parks
- Earth Networks provides four benefits of a total weather safety solution for schools
That wraps it up here! Nathan Parker signing off!