More snow and dangerously cold temperatures are in store for Monday. A winter weather advisory is in effect for north central Arkansas until 6:00 Monday evening and for southern Missouri until noon. There is a 50 percent chance for snow.The majority of schools in north central Arkansas have been cancelled. For a complete list of cancellations, brought to you by Baxter Regional Medical Center, go to http://www.ktlo.com/cancellations/#!/.
Joe Goudsward, from the National Weather Service in North Little Rock has this update.
A wind chill advisory for north central Arkansas is in effect from 9:00 Monday night until noon Tuesday. For southern Missouri the wind chill advisory is in effect from 6:00 Monday night until noon Tuesday.
Arctic high pressure will pass over the area. Winds will be coming out of the southwest Monday morning and shifting to the northwest with snowfall totals of up to an inch possible. Later Monday night those northwest winds will increase to 10 to 15 miles per hour with wind chill temperature readings as low as negative 10 degrees. Windy conditions will continue through Tuesday night and into Wednesday.
Temperatures will moderate Thursday as the high pressure system moves out and winds turn back to the south. Highs in the fifties are in store for this weekend.
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