FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—According to IDrive Arkansas, roads up and down the western side of Arkansas are covered in a mixture of snow and slush.
No accidents are being reported at this time, but the chances for roads to become slick as the temperature drops throughout the day is high.
Major roads are being reported as mostly clear by IDrive, though backroads such as those near Booneville and Waldron are being shown as covered with either slush or snow.
UPDATE: As the day goes on, the snow and slush on the roads has begun to freeze. Ice and patches of ice are now more likely on roads. IDrive Arkansas has updated to show ice around the Rogers area and ice patches near Fayetteville and Springdale and east towards Spring Valley.
UPDATE: Use caution on county roads, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. They encountered a semi-truck blocking the road on Greasy Valley Road near Lincoln and Prarie Grove after it slid.