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Melting Snow Will Refreeze Overnight

Posted: December 8, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Nick New, 11, topples over after trying to ride a laundry basket down a hill at Thurman G. Smith Elementary in Springdale. Pete Snyder, meteorologist with the weather service, said northwest Arkansas received more than six inches of snow on Friday. The National Weather Service indicates temperatures will remain below freezing for the next several days.

While some snow and ice melted from Northwest Arkansas streets Saturday, residents can expect roads to refreeze overnight for the next couple days.

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