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Heber Springs, AR
...Much Colder Air On the Way... ...Light Wintry Precipitation Is Possible This Afternoon and Evening Over Portions of Arkansas... A strong cold front will move across the state today and tonight. While showers and a few thunderstorms will be possible with the system, the bigger story will be the colder air moving in behind it. Temperatures are expected to drop from northwest to southeast after the cold front passes. It is likely that northwest Arkansas could see freezing temperatures by early afternoon, while central Arkansas drops into the 30s and 40s after highs in the 50s and 60s. Precipitation, though light, is expected to become mixed as the cold air moves in behind the frontal boundary. There may be a brief period of a sleet and freezing rain mix initially before precipitation transitions to snow. This would occur from northwest into central Arkansas through the afternoon and early evening hours, coming to an end by mid to late evening. At this time, it appears there could be light sleet and snow accumulations, as well as a light glaze in areas that see any freezing rain. Accumulations would be primarily on grassy areas and elevated surfaces, as well as some bridges and overpasses. The greatest potential for any wintry precipitation would primarily be in areas north of the Interstate 40 corridor. Winds will be gusty along and behind the front, and with the much colder air moving in, wind chills could fall to near or below zero over northern Arkansas by Thursday morning. If you must be outside during this time, take adequate precautions and dress for cold weather.