It should be noted for all snow lovers (including me), this is NOT how we get big snow in Arkansas. By far, the biggest story will be the cold air and the wind chills. I still expect wind chill advisories for far northwest Arkansas for Sunday morning.
As far as the severe weather threat, it's there! However, the threat is on the low end of the scale and confined to southeast Arkansas.
Some of these maps are courtesy of Weatherbell.com and EuroWx.com
|By midnight Sunday morning, the entire state will be in the dome of arctic cold. Low to mid teens north with 40s southeast and temperatures tumbling.|
|The GFS looks fairly similar with that area of the state favored as well. This does NOT mean you won't see a flake or two fall elsewhere.|
|Our preliminary forecast calls for a dusting to 1'' in the blue. Across the remainder of the state, there could still be areas of light snow or sleet with little to no accumulation.|