North Skyline Drive on Mount Sequoyah Monday morning / Staff photo
Snow fell in Fayetteville on Sunday, leaving the area’s trees coated in winter powder through Monday morning.
Snowfall began Sunday morning across the region with parts of Benton County receiving over 6 inches of snow by the end of the day.
Precipitation in Fayetteville turned from snow to rain and then back to snow Sunday afternoon. Most areas of town got about an inch of accumulation, but some areas had reports of up to 3 inches of snow.
Many school districts across Northwest Arkansas moved to virtual learning for Monday, including Fayetteville.
The roads in Fayetteville were mostly in good shape Monday morning after crews worked through the night to clear snow and slush.
“Bridges, overpasses and neighborhood streets have slick spots, but are passable so drive with caution,” said Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan in an early morning Facebook post.
There is no additional snow expected Monday, but the forecast does call for a chance of snow Tuesday with less than an inch of accumulation.
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