West Monroe, La. - A strong cold front has brought widespread rain to the region today, but colder temperatures tomorrow morning could lead to a brief changeover to sleet/snow for parts of the ArkLaMiss.
As the front advances through tonight, the upper-level low associated with this system will move through the region early tomorrow morning. As cold air wraps in, some wraparound moisture could change to light sleet/snow, especially across extreme north Louisiana and much of southern Arkansas.
Accumulations, if any, would likely be confined to exposed, elevated surfaces (such as bridges, overpasses). A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Drew, Chicot and Ashley counties in southeast Arkansas through tomorrow morning.
Any precipitation in the region will move out by mid-morning, as drier air invades the southern United States. We could even see a little sunshine after noon tomorrow.
Colder, breezy conditions will continue through the weekend with highs expected in the mid 40s. A slight warm up is expected Monday, ahead of another strong blast of Arctic air.