Faulkner County is among a slew of counties bracing for another bout of wintery weather, according to a Hazardous Weather Outlook advisory from the National Weather Service in Little Rock this morning.
The forecast calls for sunshine today, but wind will start to kick up.
Winds are expected to increase to 10 to 15 miles per hour this afternoon with gusts near 20 miles per hour in most of Arkansas.
On Thursday, snow and sleet rolls into the area. Faulkner County could briefly see sleet, according to the report.
Weather officials expect a storm that could mean snow, sleet and a mix for especially for northern Arkansas. Snowfall could be as much as 2 inches near Missouri.
The service advisory said the forecast remains uncertain.
"This is a complex scenario," according to the advisory. "The forecast will be fine tuned as more data is received and the picture becomes more clear."