Winter Storm Aims At Southeast

Winter storm watches have been issued in advance of a quick moving winter storm to impact portions of Oklahoma, Arkansas and on into portions of Mississippi and Alabama. The NAM (North American Model) spits out around 6 inches across much of Central Arkansas including Little Rock. The model also shows the potential for sleet and freezing rain accumulation further south.


Winter Storm Watches


Forecast Snow Accum (Left) – Forecast Ice Accum (Right)




Light Snow Across Northern TX

Winter is still upon us as light snow is seen in a band across northern Texas. Most reports are rather light right now with amounts generally around 1″. There was also a few reports of sleet and freezing drizzle around the San Antonio area.


1140 AM Radar and Snow/Sleet reports via



The local storm reports seen on the map above are a feature that will be available in our next update at


Super Bowl XLVIII Forecast

Game on! The kickoff is 630PM ET in East Rutherford, New Jersey!

A large storm system is tracking across the United States, but it looks like most of the snow and rain should stay northwest of the game at the time being! Some rain and snow may move into the area after midnight (ET) then change to snow in the early morning hours Monday.

Best of luck to both teams!

Radar forecast at 10PM Eastern Time. Rain/Snow still northwest of the stadium.




Total accumulated precipitation by midnight Eastern Time.

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Ice Storm Takes Aim on Southeast Oklahoma

It’s February, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that winter weather is in the forecast. That said, an ice storm looks to be taking aim on southeast Oklahoma tonight into Sunday February 2nd. Models agree on ice accumulations over 1/4 inch in a small area across southeast Oklahoma and the National Weather Service has issued a Ice Storm Warning!

Here is a graphic showing the model forecast ice accumulations as well as a warning display as of 5:45 PM Saturday February 1st.

You can view more models like this on our Forecast Models page,





Today’s Severe Weather Threat (Texas and Oklahoma)

It may be mid January but the threat for severe weather exists across southern Oklahoma and northern Texas this afternoon. Strong thunderstorms are possible across the area with the threat of damaging winds and perhaps a few tornadoes. Be sure to follow the Storm Prediction Center and your local NWS Office for more information!

Below are a few images from our Interactive Maps that launch February 1st! Be sure to put in your email below to get the latest information about the maps when they go public!





Heavy Lake Effect Snow to Impact New York

Its that time of year, where heavy snow impacts areas near the Great Lakes! Lake Effect Snow Warnings have been issued by the National Weather Service for areas of New York. Two areas of heavy snow are expected. Our models show these 2 areas rather well!


In addition, our models hint at near Blizzard conditions near Watertown tomorrow afternoon and evening! It is going to be a very white and windy day! The areas in gray below indicate a moderate potential for Blizzard conditions, while areas in red indicate a high likelihood for Blizzard potential!