MONDAY NIGHT UPDATE – The highest snowfall totals so far have been over northwest Arkansas, where a few spots have seen preliminary totals of 2-3″. Central Arkansas saw cold rain and sleet, beginning around 4pm and coming to an end near 9pm Monday.

Northwest Arkansas will continue to see some snow through 10pm, with north central Arkansas getting snow till midnight.

Unofficial snow totals as of 9pm Monday

Drier air continues to push into southwest and central Arkansas as of 9pm Monday night. The Winter Weather Advisory that included the higher elevations of the Ouachitas was canceled.

NWA remains under a Winter Weather Advisory until midnight with north central Arkansas under the advisory until 3am. Bridges and overpasses could be slick over northwest and north central Arkansas. Use caution if driving in those areas late Monday night.
Slushy spots reported on roads near Eureka Springs, Huntsville, Jasper & Harrison according to reports to ARDOT as of 10pm Monday. Other roads across the state remain wet, but clear.


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. –  Many in northern Arkansas saw their light snow of the season on Friday night. Another system headed in our direction on Monday night will give many, mainly across northern Arkansas another chance for snow.

This system will arrive Monday night. Temperatures will likely be cold enough, mainly across northwestern Arkansas and into the higher elevation areas, to see some light snow and sleet mixed in with the cold rain, very similar to what we saw Friday night.

Forecast Track

The chance for wintry precipitation will be lesser in central Arkansas, however, it does look like we could see some light snow mixed in with our cold rain.

Since it is early in the season, the ground is still fairly warm, so there will likely not be any major impacts for this wintry mix. Elevated and grassy surfaces could see some light accumulation, mainly across northern Arkansas and higher elevation areas.

The Arkansas Storm Team will continue to monitor this chance for wintry precipitation, and keep you updated with the latest forecast.