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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR 
215 PM CST WED FEB 2 2005

...SNOWFALL REPORTS ACROSS NORTHERN ARKANSAS...

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE THAT MOVED ALONG THE GULF COAST LAST NIGHT 
BROUGHT A LARGE SWATH OF MAINLY LIGHT RAIN TO THE MAJORITY OF THE 
STATE. TEMPERATURES WERE JUST COLD ENOUGH TO SUPPORT WET SNOW ACROSS 
THE NORTHERN AND NORTHWEST PARTS OF THE STATE. SNOWFALL AMOUNTS ARE 
HIGHER ACROSS THE ELEVATED TERRAIN OF THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST. 
PERIODS OF LIGHT SNOW CONTINUE TO SLOWLY DISSIPATE AND ANY 
ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE MINIMAL. 

BELOW IS A LIST OF SNOWFALL REPORTS RECEIVED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER 
SERVICE AS OF 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON.

MT SHERMAN                      8.0 INCHES
2.5 NE OF COMPTON               5.0 INCHES
WAYTON                          5.0 INCHES
HUNTSVILLE                      5.0 INCHES
HARMON                          4.0 INCHES
DEER                            4.0 INCHES
GREEN FOREST                    4.0 INCHES     
GAITHER MOUNTAIN                3.5 INCHES
MOUNTAINS OF NEWTON COUNTY      3.0 INCHES
EUREKA SPRINGS                  3.0 INCHES
HARRISON                        3 TO 5 INCHES
OZONE                           2.0 INCHES
MARSHALL                        2.0 INCHES
YELLVILLE                       1.0 INCH
BULL SHOALS                     TRACE
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