Long-Term: A another powerful storm system looks to impact the area as we head into the end of your upcoming work week. This system, unlike the one on Monday, will swing a canadian front through our area and possibly bring our first widespread freeze to our area next weekend. At this time, SOME computer model guidance suggests that if there were some leftover moisture late Thursday into Friday that we could see a brief period of flurries across far north Arkansas but at this time, winter weather has a extremely low chance of happening. Due to model convergence, Severe weather...although the EURO says significant severe weather, looks to be rather limited at this time as the EURO is alone with that idea. GFS and CMC have a cold rain for the state. After this, look for WELL below normal temperatures for the central and eastern half of the US including us here in the Natural State.