The snow that has coated the county has left more than a few people without power, but even as roads have become clearer and more drivable, the area may have to prepare for another bout of precipitation.
Conway and Faulkner County could be the recipients of a mix of freezing rain or sleet early Friday morning, which could make traveling very hazardous on Friday.
The high for Thursday is expected to be 39 degrees and may only fall to just below freezing, but that with a mix of precipitation could affect roads throughout the area.
Ice accumulations are expected to be slight, but officials advise that it only takes a thin coating of ice to make the roads treacherous.
Snowmelt from Wednesday refroze overnight and is causing problems on roadways over much of the state.
Arkansas highway officials say ice patches are on roads in west-central and central Arkansas, as well in the state’s northeast.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.