Arkansas Weather

Another round of winter weather is expected this week in central Arkansas. Temperatures in the mid-50s are predicted for Tuesday, but then rain, sleet, and possibly more snow will likely arrive Wednesday night. Marty Trexler, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, says significant accumulation is anticipated late Wednesday. "As we approach sunset that cold air will come in to the metroplex and we’ll get a mixture of some sleet and some freezing rain for a period of time, but then...

Little Rock Public Works and the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department are refocusing their attention from salt trucks to potholes following recent winter weather. Although a specific weather event doesn’t create an instant pothole, Public Works Operations Coordinator Mark Jacobi said two weeks of snow and ice have contributed to some damage on area roadways. "We like to try to repair them as fast as we can because what’s really bad is when the water finally soaks through...

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A winter storm is prompting Gov. Asa Hutchinson to close state offices in the Little Rock area. A statement from Hutchinson's office said state offices in the central portion of the state were closing at noon for non-essential personnel. Workers outside the Little Rock area were told to check with their supervisors on whether they could leave. Forecasters issued a winter storm warning for southern and parts of eastern Arkansas and said up to 6 inches of snow could fall. The Little Rock area...

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Gov. Asa Hutchinson is sending hundreds of state workers home as a snowstorm rolls through Arkansas. Meteorologists predicted 2-3 inches of snow could fall in central and western Arkansas on Monday. The highest amounts were predicted for the Ouachita Mountains. Several school districts shuttered their doors for the day, and Southern Arkansas University at Magnolia canceled classes at 10 a.m. amid a winter storm warning. Little Rock state offices opened with a 2-hour delay, but the governor...

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...

The number of power outages from a winter storm that struck Arkansas is now below 800 while another round of wintry weather moves toward the state. Entergy Arkansas reports 15 customers without power Thursday morning, 13 in Clark County. South Central Arkansas Electric Co-op reported about 760 outages with more than 600 of those in Clark County. The National Weather Service says temperatures Thursday would range from the 20s in the northeast to the low 40s in the southwest ahead of another...

Dozens of schools across Arkansas remained closed and thousands are still without power following a winter storm that crossed the state. Schools statewide remained closed Wednesday after the storm that left roads icy and is blamed for at least one traffic death. Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas reports about 2,600 customers of South Central Arkansas Electric Cooperative were without power Wednesday morning - about 1,600 of those in Clark County. And Entergy Arkansas reported about 1,500...

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Entergy Arkansas says the number of customers still without power after a winter storm moved across the state is now around 5,000. Most of the outages are in the southwest part of the state. Entergy said some repairs may take until Wednesday because icy roads have made travel difficult and slowed work. Entergy said more than 30,000 customers lost power during the storms, primarily due to ice-covered trees and limbs falling onto power lines. The storm left icy roads that are blamed for at...

Entergy Arkansas says just more than 14,000 customers remain without power after a winter storm moved across the state. Entergy said Tuesday that most will have power restored by 10 p.m. Tuesday, but some repairs may take until Wednesday. The most outages, about 4,700, are in Montgomery County. More than 2,635 were without electricity in Clark County and about 2,550 were without power in Drew County following the Sunday night and Monday storms. The remaining outages were scattered statewide....

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson is ordering state offices in the Little Rock metropolitan area to open two hours later for non-essential personnel Tuesday due to winter weather that hit the state. The governor's office on Monday said the state's inclement weather would remain in effect Tuesday morning after snow, sleet and freezing rain hit most of the state. Hutchinson's office says state employees outside central Arkansas should check with their supervisor for delays. Monday was a state...

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