Anyway, models continue to indicate a nice blast of cold air next week with an upper level flow out of the north and northwest. There MIGHT be embedded disturbances in that flow that can kick off a few areas of flurries and snow showers. This is NOT how we get big snows in Arkansas, but you can see some minor accumulations, especially in the higher elevations of northern Arkansas. These disturbances will be moisture starved, but cold air does squeeze some moisture out. So if you're wanting more snow, there MIGHT be a little.
|The Operational Euro shows a large trough of low pressure digging early next week with a blast of cold air. The flow over Arkansas will be out of the north and northwest.|
|The Euro shows the potential for a few areas of light snow or flurries late Monday. Anything out of this type of pattern is typically minor.|
|The GFS shows basically the same thing.|