The snow last Friday was, in fact, forecast as a possibility.
It wasn’t much locally, all of 0.7 inches in Pulaski County, according to the National Weather Service office in North Little Rock.
That wasn’t true around the state though as Cass, hard on the Pig Trail in Franklin County, got 3.0 inches.
Last year, Pulaski County got a “trace” of snow, so this year is off to a promising start for those who like the stuff.
There’s also a chance of some snow, significant amounts even, this weekend and into next week.
Today: A high near 58 with thunderstorms and the chance of precipitation is at 90 percent with at least one inch of rain possibly falling.
Friday: More rain with a high of 35. Chance of precipitation is again at 90 percent but not cold enough for snow. It will feel frigid though with gusts up to 45 miles per hour.
Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 45. Windy and the low is expected at 22.
Sunday: There it is. A chance of snow and sleet early that afternoon, followed by rain, sleet and snow into the evening. The high is expected to be 37 and the low dropping down to a frigid 8 degrees. It will also be windy. Chance of precipitation is at 30 percent.
Monday: Chance of snow in the morning followed by a sunny but cold day with the high forecast at 22 and the low at 5.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 26 and a low around 13.