Meteorologists predict up to three inches of snow could fall across portions of Arkansas.
The National Weather Service has placed central and western Arkansas under a winter weather advisory that is expected to last until 6 p.m. Monday.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson's office announced a two-hour delayed opening for all state offices in the Little Rock metro area. The Little Rock School District canceled classes and offices for the day.
Forecasters predict light snow will develop during the morning and continue through the afternoon.
Central and western Arkansas could get up to two inches of snow and up to three inches could fall near the Ouachita National Forest. Roads, bridges and overpasses will likely be slippery.