Two-Part Video Package containing daytime and nighttime footage.
TRT – 5:33
Heavy snow fell in areas not use to seeing snow, especially this late in the season! Snow up to half a foot fell across portions of northeast Arkansas on Thursday making a mess of roads and doubling the season snow totals with just this one storm in many areas. A few areas saw nearly half their annual average with this storm. Winter Storm Warnings were posted ahead of time for this rare event.
PART 1 (daytime) – Corning, Arkansas (0:00-2:20)
Video package opens with moderate snow falling at the "Welcome to Arkansas" sign just north of Corning. Several shots of the sign with snow falling as well as a "Arkansas" sign at the rest area just inside state lines.
Various shots follow of snow falling in Corning as the storm got going across northeast Arkansas just before dark. Various shots of traffic in the snow as well as people in the snow. B-roll of heavy snow falling in front of trees.
PART 2 (nighttimetime) – Jonesboro, Arkansas (2:20-5:33)
Segment opens with shots of the Jonesboro welcome sign with heavy snow falling. Goes to POV of near blinding snow on the approach into town.
Several shots of snowplows around Jonesboro clearing the roads which remained wet and did not freeze.
Next shot of a vehicle that lost control and ran across the median into westbound traffic on US-63; wide shot showing the tracks of the vehicle that eventually came to rest on the westbound shoulder. Several shots closer of vehicle which was not damaged, but needed a tire replacement. No one was injured. Another shot of two trucks that had a minor fender-bender on US-63. Again, no injuries.
Various shots of traffic navigating the very heavy snows.
Shots of semi trucks at a truck stop on the north side of town in the heavy snow.
Final shots start with SUV cop waiting a red light with heavy snow falling, then pulls off camera. Two final shots of heavy snow falling in lights with trees.
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