Another blast of cold air is expected to enter Arkansas Monday. Meteorologist Chuck Rickard with the National Weather Service says temperatures will drop well below freezing, with snow and ice expected in part of the state.
"Parts of southeast Arkansas could see some light snow. It could change over later on tonight once that cold air moves in, but we are not really looking for much in the way of snippy accumulation," Rickard said Monday.
The cold front, which has already entered the northern part of Arkansas, could bring small amounts of rain or snow to the central part of the state.
"Looking at highs on Wednesday, some areas might struggle to reach the freezing mark on Wednesday afternoon," Rickard stated.
Light snow flurries are possible for northern and central Arkansas Wednesday, but the southeastern area of the state could see up to an inch of snow.
Temperatures are predicted to rise again by the weekend, with highs in the 60s by Sunday.