Would you trust any one of these three with your country? .... That's what I thought.
Winter ended as abruptly as it began. Thursday the 10th saw lows of 9 here at Mike's Weather World with -18 reported in Fayetteville and -21 at XNA airport where they had nearly 2 feet of snow. Then the pattern changed and within a week some places in NE Oklahoma had a 100-degree turnaround. Like the signs on I-70 approaching Denver say: "Don't be fooled". Winter is not over. In fact look for a move to more seasonable weather this week. Temps will fall some on President's Day and we will probably hit the freezing mark Tuesday morning.
On another note....how bout them quakes. Greenbrier, north of Conway, has experienced dozens of earthquakes in the past week or so. Several have registered at 3.0+ and one even hit 4.1. Some say it's a result of the natural gas drilling in the region, but I disagree. There was a swarm of small quakes near that area back in 1982 near the town of Enola. And if you are an earthquake junkie you can go the USGS site and register to receive emails and or text alerts when quakes hit a certain area. Filters allow you to choose the magnitude and area the alerts. Mine is set to text me for any quake in Arkansas with a magnitude of 3.0 or higher. Most of these quakes are less than 3.0.