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 Snow and Cold (January through March, 2010)/Pg2
 
Snow cover on 02/12/2010. Following this system, all but one state (Hawaii) had snow on the ground. 
In the picture: Snow cover on 02/12/2010. The graphic is courtesy of the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, NC.

 

After a warmup and severe weather (isolated tornadoes) on March 10th, one last system neared from the west on the 20th. Temperatures fell into the 30s in northwest Arkansas as of 100 pm CDT. Meanwhile, readings were in the upper 60s to around 70 degrees in the southeast half of the state. There was a sharp contrast in temperatures surrounding a cold front at 100 pm CDT on 03/20/2010.
In the picture: There was a sharp contrast in temperatures surrounding a cold front at 100 pm CDT on 03/20/2010.

 

Winter weather headlines were posted across portions of the southern Plains and the mid-Mississippi Valley, and also for western Arkansas as of 930 am CDT on 03/20/2010.
Heavy snow fell from the Texas panhandle through Oklahoma, southeast Kansas and western Missouri. Some of this snow built into western Arkansas.
In the picture: Winter weather headlines were posted across portions of the southern Plains and the mid-Mississippi Valley, and also for western Arkansas as of 930 am CDT on 03/20/2010.

 

Accumulating snow was confined mostly to the far northwest. On the 21st, over a foot of snow piled up in the Fayetteville (Washington County) area.
Seventy two hour (three day) snowfall through 1000 am CDT on 03/22/2010.
In the picture: Seventy two hour (three day) snowfall through 1000 am CDT on 03/22/2010. The graphic is courtesy of the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, NC.

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