The current forecast from the National Weather Service, Little Rock, shows a round of Arctic air coming in over the weekend, pushing rain in front of it, with the chance of turning some rain into snow and possibly ice over Saturday night into Sunday morning.
By early Sunday - per the current projection - snow will begin north of the county and slowly sliding into the county that morning, being on the ground by noon. Van Buren County is right on the snow-rain line at that projection point, and the projection shows, further, ice in the southern part of the county, also at noon, as temps drop due to the cold front.
The potential for driving hazards due to ice are obvious.
Snow is expected to be a half-inch at most.
This will all be followed by a very cold Monday, with temps in the teens and high winds, and wind chills in the single-digits.