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Local & Regional News
Sun February 9, 2014
More Winter Weather on the Horizon
Another winter storm system is heading toward Arkansas before relief from the cold, snow and ice is expected later in the week.
Meteorologist Chris Buonanno with the weather service in Little Rock said Sunday was expected to remain cloudy with temperatures in the 30s, but above freezing, before the next storm system arrives starting Monday afternoon.
Buonanno said the system is expected to bring two to four inches of snow across northern Arkansas and up to two-tenths of an inch of freezing rain and ice to southern sections of the state. This would be on top of up to three inches of snow that fell Friday and Saturday.
Buonanno said some sunshine and warmer temperatures in the 50s and 60s are expected by the end of the week.