A Winter weather advisory remain in effect through tonight mainly for parts of Western and Northern Arkansas where a few pockets of freezing rain and sleet are possible, especially higher elevations. Any additional ice or sleet accumulations will be less than a quarter inch.
A mix of sleet, snow and freezing rain changed to mostly rain across the State during the day. Temperatures as of 9 PM are mainly above freezing in most areas, although temperatures still close to freezing in a few spots North.
Temperatures will hold steady through the evening hours, then warm up a couple of degrees overnight into early Thursday morning.
Temperatures Thursday morning will be above freezing across most of the State with lingering cold rain.
Rain comes to an end Thursday afternoon with temperatures warming into the upper 30s to lower 40s.
A few flurries are possible late Thursday night into early Friday morning across far Northern Arkansas as an area of low pressure strengthens over Missouri. Little accumulation is expected.
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