Searcy Arkansas Weather
Dawn Scott is anchor for THV11 in Little Rock, Arkansas, and I'm pleased that meteorologist Sarah Fortner has returned to Arkansas. I was hired after meeting the new KTHV in Little Rock and kept in touch with Sarah by raising money for her summer spot on January 25, 2014.
With the winter weather visiting Arkansas this weekend, we want to make sure we're as prepared as possible for whatever lies ahead. I am here to confirm some early conclusions regarding property ownership, and with the possibility that some of them will be confirmed or confirmed, no. THV11 is gearing up for the weekend, offering five things to do this weekend in Arkansas and beyond. As the winter weather visits Arkansas this week and next, there will be a lot of uncertainty about the weather, weather conditions or anything that's coming up, So I want you to make sure you're ready when something comes out.
Dolphus D. Meteorologist (MSJ) was born on March 6, 1937, and Sarah Fortner, who spent four early years as a meteorologist for the Little Rock CBS affiliate in the late 1950s and early 1960s, returned to Little Rock CBS affiliate companies after several years in and around the Carolinas.
In 1850, Aron Fortner lived in McDowell County, N.C., and Sarah in Little Rock, Arkansas. When we looked at the damage from the storm near Hot Springs, it looked like it might have been caused by a tornado. Forecasters said a storm moving northeast at 40 mph and capable of producing tornadoes was in the area about 30 miles east of Hot Springs, about 20 miles south of the Arkansas-South Carolina border. They said it was located about 40 miles north of the Red River Valley and about 25 miles west of Arkansas State University. Forecasters said a storm moving northeast at 40 mph and could trigger tornadoes had been near the Red Rivers Valley, about 20 miles north - south of Arkansas State University and about 25 miles south - west of North Carolina State University.
The National Weather Service said the storm, which can produce tornadoes, was near Judsonia at 7: 14 p.m. and was moving northeast at 40 mph. The weather service said a tornado near Bald Knob was also confirmed by a weather forecaster at one point on Tuesday night. Shortly after 7pm, the weather service said the tornado danger had increased with the storms near Searcy. He added that isolated gusts of 70 km / h were possible in the area and isolated hail the size of an apple was likely.
Daytime highs range from 89 to 8C, but 13 to 9C will feel good given the humidity and wind. The hottest day of the year is July 21, with an average high of 92 degrees F and a low of 71 degrees F. Temperatures rarely fall below this level, and the warmest time of the year is generally at the beginning of August, where the highest regularly reaches 96.2 degrees.
The windiest day of the year is 23 March, with an average maximum of 91 degrees and a low of 71 degrees, and the quietest day this year is 28 July.
In the month of Searcy it will be dry on 19 days and on 20 days of the year it will be drier. August and September average 91 degrees, September 71 degrees, with average lows of 68 degrees. It is dry in July, August, September and October, April, May, June, July and June and August to August.
In the month of Searcy it will be dry on 19 days and snow on average on 1 day in February. It is dry in July, August, September and October, April, May, June, July and June and August to August and July to September. In the months May and June It is drier than average, and it snowed on average on a January day. And it will have been dry for 24 days in the year, and for 20 of those days it will have been wet.
In the month of Searcy it will be dry on 23 days and it will have been dry for 20 days of the year. In September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June, July and June and August to August and July to September it is drier than average. November is the driest month on average and the wettest day in August, September and October. And it is wet on 16 days and snows in March and February in one day. September was wet for 18 days, October and November wet, and January and March dry.
In the month of Searcy it will be dry for 20 days, and in 20 days it will be dry. In June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June and June it is drier than average. July and August can have a few wet days, but not as many as May and July.