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LINKS: THV11 forecasting, radars and more

LINKS: THV11 forecasting, radars and more

Weather links to hold onto with the possibility of severe weather headed our way: 


School districts running low on snow days

CONWAY, Ark. (KTHV) - An unusual amount of icy weather this year caused Central Arkansas districts to close schools. While a snow day can provide some much needed rest and relaxation, too many days away from class can actually start to eat into a much anticipated summer vacation.

A snow or ice day answers the dreams of many students.

"Sleep in till eleven o'clock in the morning instead of six o'clock," said Conway High School Sophomore, Trey Smith.

This is the third day nixed by the weather for Smith and he is fine with the day off.

"Just whatever we feel like doing...going to get lunch somewhere, just do what we feel like," said Smith.

Smith, his brother and father went to Game Stop on the day off.

While students relish the moments, educators know the time will have to be made up.

Forecast, Closings, etc: Helpful links for severe weather

With winter weather visiting Arkansas this weekend, we want to make sure you're as ready as can be for anything that comes our way. We hope these links are helpful to you.

Be safe and stay warm!

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LATEST THV11 WEATHER FORECAST: http://on.kthv.com/1iwurd0

SCHOOL CLOSINGS: http://on.kthv.com/1g6MlkC


SIGN UP FOR TEXT ALERTS: http://on.kthv.com/IukDQm 

County offices closing for weather

County offices closing for weather

County offices will be closing today at 3 p.m. in anticipation of a winter storm approaching from the north. 

The county is closing down its offices to let employees living north of Conway get safely home, Faulkner County Administrator Tom Anderson said. ... Read More

Fire, generator safety tips from American Red Cross

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (American Red Cross) -- Forecasts for plunging temperatures and freezing precipitation that could cause power outages, adds to the American Red Cross in Arkansas safety concerns for increase in residential fires.

"We've already seen an increase in home fires with the start of the Thanksgiving holidays," stated American Red Cross in Arkansas Disaster Director Roger Elliot. "We still remember the increase in homes fires during the Christmas power outage last December from use of fireplaces that had not been inspected and unfortunately resulted in destroyed homes."

With the usual increase in fires during the holidays and the addition of a winter storm, the Red Cross is urging Arkansans to increase their fire safety.

The following tips can help minimize the risk for fires in homes and apartments:

ASP: 2 toddlers killed in weather-related accident Christmas Day

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Bill Sadler with Arkansas State Police joined us on THV 11 This Morning via telephone for an update on the dangers winter weather is presenting for the state.