It’s going to be a wet, windy, and cold Friday for everyone, with several rounds of light showers and temperatures in the 30s and 40s. A few pockets of freezing drizzle, mainly east of the metro areas, may create a few slick spots, especially Friday morning. Rain and clouds should start to clear out overnight.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES: Until 10 AM
Carroll and Madison counties may get a light glaze of ice Friday morning with some freezing drizzle until 10 AM.
The majority of us will just get rain today, but there could be some frozen precipitation in the higher terrain of rural Northwest Arkansas.
We could pick up around an inch of rain by the time we reach the weekend. We'll be dry by Saturday morning.