The National Weather Service has cancelled the winter advisory for Wednesday morning (Feb. 13). The snow has moved out of the area. Any that accumulated on the ground will melt as temperatures warm up into the 50s.
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Event cancelled. Winter Weather Advisory from 2/13/2013 3:13 AM to 6:00 AM CST for Franklin County, Mayes County, Washington County, Benton County, Delaware County, Madison County.
@5NEWSJoe: There are areas of dense fog this morning in parts of NE OK and parts of NW Ark.
Rain continues to transition to all snow. Snow will common thru 3am across much of the area but temperatures should continue to hold near or above freezing. Near sunrise temperatures will closer to freezing in Northwest Arkansas with more slick spots on bridges and overpasses.
Areas of snow mixing with rain are being reported across much of the area. Lincoln, West Fort, & Fayetteville all reporting snow as of 8pm Tuesday
Rain continues to move to the north this morning. This is mainly cold rain at the moment. The black line on the map shows the surface “wet bulb” temperature. Basically anything that falls north of that line will fall as snow.
Another look at the 09Z run of the RPM accumulated snow map. Continues to show the heaviest of the snow in western OK and some higher elevation snows in NWA
Here is the latest look at snow totals. The best chance of accumulating snow tonight will be in the higher elevations of NWA. 1 to possibly 3 inches of snow will be possible.
Further south, only minor accumulations will be possible in the River Valley and Eastern Oklahoma.
A few more counties were just added to the Winter Weather Advisory. Benton, Washington, Carrol, Franklin and Madison counties were just added.
Winter Weather Advisories have been posted for Johnson and Pope counties for later on this evening into Wednesday morning. No advisories are in place for NWA or Eastern Oklahoma at this time, but that could change.