Black ice feared in snow's wake; Arkansas motorists warned morning’s commute could be slippery

Posted: January 17, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

Kevin Brown of the grounds and maintenance department at the state Capitol works Tuesday morning clearing sidewalks in front of the Capitol in Little Rock.

The white snow that blanketed half of Arkansas on Tuesday could become black ice on roads today as temperatures remain below freezing in most of the state until Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.

This screenshot from the Arkansas Department of Transportation's online road conditions map shows ice patches on a number of highways as of 6:45 a.m. ...

Chris Tafner and his son John Carter Tafner, 9, sled down a hill Tuesday morning at the Clinton Presidential Park in Little Rock.

A snowboarder precariously makes her way down a hill on the War Memorial Golf Course in Little Rock on Tuesday morning. Bitter cold and snow brought m...

Trucks back up on Interstate 40 for several miles Tuesday morning after snow and ice caused an accident on I-40 near Kerr Road in Lonoke County, block...

Snow totals around Arkansas.

Eddy Silcott, a maintenance worker at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, stokes the wood-burning stove Tuesday heating the park’s maintenance shop on...

Tammy Sue Stufflebeam Royce organizes her belongings Tuesday on the floor at the Day Warming Center at the Salvation Army of Northwest Arkansas in Fay...

Robert Young and his wife, Tee Tee, who is pregnant, play a video game Tuesday on the floor as they speak with Jennifer Brown, public relations coordi...

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