LITTLE ROCK (KATV) -

A disturbance over the state this morning has brought clouds and even a few snow flurries to the state.

Most high temperatures on today will remain at or below the freezing mark around the state.

Skies will clear out tonight with low temperatures again dropping into the single digits and teens.

High pressure will slide off to the east by Wednesday allowing a slow warming trend to begin.

The upper pattern changes to more of a west to southwest flow by the end of the week.

A cold front moves in and stalls with small chances of rain finally returning to the forecast into the weekend.