LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - We all know that Arkansas' weather is, well, wishy-washy, to say the least. A perfect way to say on top of our state's weather is on Twitter.
Twitter is described as short bursts of inconsequential information. It's a multi-stop shop for folks looking for information in chronological order. Though often thought as by non-users as a place where people post every little thing they do, wear, eat, and watch on TV, it's also an amazing and fast form of communication.
THV11 and all of the anchors, reporters, and many producers use Twitter as an avenue to reach viewers quickly. Throughout the day, you'll see story updates, photos, weather information, and more.
With winter weather in Arkansas pending, now could be a perfect time to join Twitter, and if you decide to join in, we've posted a list of who to follow at the bottom of this page.
Meteorologists Ed Buckner, Tom Brannon, and Sarah Fortner, use Twitter throughout the day, often when they aren't even in the building, updating Arkansans with the latest weather information. Twitter is particularly useful if your power is out, and you still have smartphone use. Through Twitter, you can stay on top of watches, warnings, school closings, and more.
Just visit http://www.twitter.com to get started!
For weather updates:
Ed Buckner: http://www.twitter.com/ed_buckner
Tom Brannon: http://www.twitter.com/TBBrannon
Sarah Fortner: http://www.twitter.com/SarahFortnerWX
For general Arkansas weather updates: http://www.twitter.com/#ARWX
For a full list of THV11 staff members on Twitter, click here: https://twitter.com/thv11/thv-tweeps/members