If there is any wintry precipitation in Arkansas Saturday afternoon and evening, it would most likely be only flurries in the north, according to John Robinson at the National Weather Service in Little Rock.
Early Sunday morning, however, Robinson says some moisture will move up into Arkansas from the south…and, for a few hours during the morning, this could cause a mixture of light rain and light snow in central Arkansas and some flurries in the north.
Robinson says the best chances for light snow will start in northwest Arkansas Sunday afternoon, spreading to north central sections later in the afternoon, and to northeast Arkansas during the evening. Some small accumulations will be possible, especially in northwest Arkansas.
Also on Sunday evening, a mixture of light rain, sleet, and snow will have a good chance of occurring through the central third of Arkansas and will probably trend more toward light sleet and snow later in the evening.
Later Sunday evening, most likely after midnight, a mixture of light rain, sleet, and snow will be possible in southern Arkansas.
Most precipitation should exit the state before dawn on Monday. If there is any precipitation lingering after that, it would be in southeastern Arkansas for a few hours after dawn on Monday.
Keep up with the changing wintery weather forecast here.