Conway could see freezing rain by Thursday as a frontal boundary moves into Arkansas, according to the National Weather Service.

The National Weather Service says freezing rain is possible in parts of Arkansas on Wednesday and Thursday nights.

Forecasters say light freezing drizzle is possible late today in northern Arkansas, particularly nearly the Missouri border. Icy patches will be possible on bridges and overpasses, but no major impact is anticipated.

A storm system is expected to form along the stalled front on Thursday. Forecasters predict freezing rain in northern and central parts of the state.

The weather service says accumulation should be less than a tenth of an inch of ice, but that could still cause problems on roads and highways. More substantial icing may hit north of Little Rock but is expected to stay small.

Winter weather may cause a few power outages, according to the service's special weather statement released today.

Forecasters say temperatures should rise above freezing by Friday afternoon. But Sunday could bring another chance of "wintery precipitation," according to a Hazardous Weather Outlook released by the service this morning.