Is there a tornado warning in Fayetteville?

Is there a tornado warning in Fayetteville?

There are currently no active watches, warnings or advisories for our area.

Is there a hurricane warning in North Carolina?

There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Will it snow in Fayetteville this year?

November 2021 to October 2022. Winter temperatures will be below normal, on average, with the coldest periods in mid- and late December, throughout much of January, and in early to mid-February. Snowfall will be near normal, with the best chances for snow in mid- to late January and early to mid-February.

What is the coldest month in Fayetteville North Carolina?

The coldest month of the year in Fayetteville is January, with an average low of 36°F and high of 54°F.

Are there tornado sirens in Fayetteville AR?

These cities do NOT have storm sirens: Farmington. Fayetteville.

What is a hurricane warning?

Also according to FEMA, a hurricane warning is issued when a storm with winds of at least 74 MPH is expected to hit a given area within 24 hours. The NHC currently issues a hurricane warning 36 hours in advance of the onset of hurricane-force winds.

What flag is used to indicate a hurricane warning?

red square flag
In US maritime warning flag systems, a red square flag with a black square taking up the middle ninth of the flag is used to indicate a storm warning (the use of two such flags denotes a hurricane force wind warning or a hurricane warning).

What is winter like in Fayetteville NC?

The winter months in Fayetteville can get cold, but are generally fairly mild. The coldest months of the year on average are January and February, during which time the daily high temperatures will reach the low to mid 50’s.

How much snow does Fayetteville Ar get?

Climate Averages

Fayetteville, Arkansas United States
Snowfall 6.6 in. 27.8 in.
Precipitation 100.3 days 106.2 days
Sunny 217 days 205 days
Avg. July High 88.7° 85.8°

Where was tornado in Arkansas?

The National Weather Service said the strongest tornadoes hit Augusta and Trumann, which were both rated as an EF2, and Leachville where an EF4 tornado struck. The EF4 tornado reportedly had peak winds of 170 miles per hour and was nearly one mile wide as it approached the Missouri border, authorities said.