A winter weather advisory is in effect for most of the state.  A winter storm warning is in effect for far west central and portions of southwest Arkansas.

More precipitation should develop and expand across the state from the west and southwest into Monday morning.

The most significant accumulations of ice will occur across west central into southwest Arkansas, where the combination of the most moisture and cold temperatures will produce icing. Amounts of sleet/snow in Scott, Polk, Montgomery, Pike, Howard, Sevier, and Little River counties could range from one to three inches.  

The three inches will most likely be confined to the higher elevations. Across the remainder of the state, a mix of sleet, snow, and some freezing rain will be possible Monday morning. Amounts will be lighter up north and a little heavier across the south. A coating of this mixed bag of precipitation could cause roadways to become slick for awhile Monday morning, especially secondary roads, bridges, and overpasses. Far southeast Arkansas will have a mix to start, then change over to a cold rain.  

There could be a change over to another wintry mix before the system departs Monday night into Tuesday. The busiest travel day of the year, Wednesday, looks good across our region of the country. It will be sunny and very chilly. The dry and cold weather will continue into Thanksgiving and the weekend.