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Recent articles by Carmen:

Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks mid-November

The Leonid Meteor Shower occurs annually in November. In 2022, the Leonids range from November 6 to December 2, with the peak late Thursday night on November 17 into Friday morning on November 18. Expect about 10 to 15 meteors per hour with this particular shower. These shooting stars are also known to be brighter […] → Read More

Arkansas Storm Team Weather Blog: A chance for snow? Where flurries may fly

A few areas of light snow and sleet will be possible for some in Arkansas early next week. → Read More

Arkansas Storm Team Weather Blog: 16 tornadoes confirmed from November 4th outbreak

The National Weather Services in Little Rock, Shreveport, and Tulsa have confirmed 16 tornadoes from Friday night. → Read More

Arkansas Storm Team Weather Blog: 16 tornadoes confirmed from November 4th outbreak

The National Weather Services in Little Rock, Shreveport, and Tulsa have confirmed 16 tornadoes from Friday night. → Read More

How the Arkansas River compares to the Mississippi during extreme drought

Extreme drought conditions impacted water levels across the region. Chief Meteorologist Carmen Rose spoke with Army Corps of Engineers Little Rock District about why barge traffic on the Arkansas River hasn’t been hit as hard as the Mississippi. → Read More

Rain is back in the forecast for the first time in over two weeks

The last time Little Rock saw measurable rain was September 25. The state remains under a high wildfire risk with nearly all over Arkansas’ 75 counties under burn bans. For the few counties not under a current burn ban, recreational burning like bonfires & trash/yard waste burning should be avoided. Cigarettes should also be put […] → Read More

July Stats: Hottest since 2012, driest in two years

The preliminary monthly stats for July are in, and to no surprise – it was a hot month. Overall, the majority of July was warmer than average in Little Rock, with two days below average, two days average and 27 days above. July 2022 also had more days at or above 100°F since 2012. Little […] → Read More

Arkansas Storm Team Forecast: 10 days this year of 100°F+

TONIGHT: It’s another warm & humid night ahead. Low temps remain in the low 80s, although we’ll stay in the 90s through 10pm. Our average low for this time of year is 71°F. It will be clear and breezy with a southwesterly wind consistent at 10mph. WEDNESDAY: Temperatures heat to the low 100s across the majority of […] → Read More

Some strong to severe storms expected Saturday into Sunday

The sunny streak comes to an end this weekend as a strong cold front moves through Arkansas Saturday. Ahead and along this front, we expect showers and storms to develop. For north and northwest Arkansas, storms will move through during the afternoon through the early evening. Storms enhance for central Arkansas, including Little Rock, early […] → Read More

More severe weather potential Thursday

Stormy weather is back in the forecast Thursday. Some storms could be strong to severe. Threats include: damaging wind, large hail and a few tornadoes. Additionally, heavy rain could lead to some flooding throughout Thursday as a strong low pressure storm system & cold front move through. TIMING: There could be some storms as early […] → Read More

April is tough month for Arkansans with allergies

Spring has sprung and so has the pollen. → Read More

Storms return Sunday into Monday, March 6th-7th

After a work week full of sunny weather, the forecast shifts to rainy this weekend. A few showers are possible Saturday afternoon and evening, although coverage overall stays limited. Rain ramps up Sunday afternoon with storms more likely Sunday night and overnight into Monday morning. It is a big race weekend for the Little Rock […] → Read More

Arkansans taking more interest in the night sky during pandemic

A lot has increased in people’s lives since the pandemic began – uncertainty, extra time at home, and interest in the night sky. → Read More

Snow again Wednesday night? Chances are slim

Colder weather has returned this week. On Wednesday evening there will be a weak disturbance moving through Arkansas. Based on the latest data, there might be a small amount of moisture to work with but don't get your hopes up. → Read More

Winter weather possible Saturday across parts of Arkansas

A strong low-pressure system will pull in colder air into Arkansas this weekend, which could mean cold rain Saturday morning could transition to snow for parts of the state by the afternoon. → Read More

Active weather pattern to end 2021, start 2022

The next seven days will feature several chances for rain, big temperature swings, and even a chance to see our first winter weather of the season. → Read More

Little Rock police flagged down by man injured after Saturday shooting

Little Rock police said a man injured in a shooting called out for help after seeing authorities Saturday night. → Read More

Thanksgiving Travel Weather

Thanksgiving week starts off sunny & dry, but Thursday will be a rainy one. We’ll be in the upper 50s and low 60s Monday through Wednesday. Chilly temps in the 50s for Thanksgiving into the weekend. Weather should be fine for traveling Wednesday. A cold front approaches Arkansas from the northwest late Wednesday, bringing rain […] → Read More

Winter Storm Warning Issued for Parts of North Arkansas Wednesday and Thursday. Accumulating Snowfall Likely.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – 4 PM Wednesday Update – The Arkansas Storm Team is monitoring a system that will bring rain Wednesday and will likely bring wintry precipitation to parts of Arkansas Wednesday night and Thursday. Precipitation will be all rain Wednesday for Little Rock. Cold rain may change over to some snow across parts […] → Read More

Arkansas Department of Corrections on “lockdown” due to COVID-19 cases

NORTH LITTLE ROCK – All Department of Corrections facilities are now in a lockdown status after a recent increase in staff COVID-19 cases. 192 DOC employees tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday. Facilities will remain locked down until at least January 15, 2021. The need for an extension will be evaluated at that time. While […] → Read More