The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department is reporting hazardous highway conditions with patches of ice, and more winter precipitation could be on its way Wednesday, according to The National Weather Service of Little Rock.

Faulkner County is under a hazardous weather outlook until Monday, according to The National Weather Service of Little Rock.  

The Weather Service predicts, day one, today and tonight, travel conditions will remain hazardous in those areas that received significant icing.

Daytime melting of any snow and ice will refreeze tonight as temperatures dip into the teens and lower 20s. 

Days two through seven, Wednesday through Monday, overall dry weather is forecast for Wednesday, but late Wednesday and on Thursday, the next weather system will move through the state. 

It will bring a chance of light rain as well as some potential for light sleet or light snow after dark in Northern and Central Arkansas.

It will be dry with a warming trend Thursday and Friday. Rain is back in the forecast late Friday, Saturday and part of Sunday with temperatures warm enough for all liquid.