Your Robin Hood Radio Tri-State Forecast
TDY: PARTLY SUNNY – LOWER 40S
TNTE: MOSTLY CLOUDY- FLURRIES LATE – LOWER 30S
TUES: SOME FLURRIES OTHERWISE CLOUDS & SUN, BREEZY- LOWER 40S
WED: SUNNY- 40
THURS: TURNING CLOUDY AND WINDY – RAIN LATE – 50
WEATHER TRIVIA: 1929 – HEAVY SNOW FALLS TO THE SHORES OF THE GULF OF MEXICO. 18” OF SNOW IN ARKANSAS
Above…map by The National Weather Service shows where skies are expected to be clear for viewing The Christmas Star or Jupiter and Saturn together. Has not been seen since the 1200’s. Best time to see it…1 hour after sunset in the southwest. Below – current satellite & radar…..showing some rain and snow diving through the Great Lakes and moving into the Northeast late tonight.