LITTLE ROCK, AR – Snow and sleet cover many parts of Arkansas after the latest winter storm hits the state.
Early reports coming in from the National Weather Service include these:
- Newport – estimated 6 inches of snow and sleet
- Hot Springs – estimated 2 inches of sleet then 2-3 inches of snow
- Arkadelphia – estimated 5 inches of snow and sleet
- Pine Bluff – estimated 2 inches of sleet then 2 inches of snow
- Monticello – estimated 1 inch of sleet
- De Witt – estimated 2.5 inches of sleet
- Fordyce – estimated 3 inches of sleet and 1 inch of snow
- Little Rock – estimated 2.9 inches of sleet by midnight at Clinton National Airport, was changing over to snow
- Russellville – estimated 3 inches of sleet and snow at 11 p.m. Wednesday
- Flippin – estimated 5 inches of mainly snow with some sleet
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