Michelle Southern reporting.
Winter storm advisories remain in effect for North Louisiana, as the National Weather Service says there's the potential for 4 inches of snow to fall in parishes along the Louisiana-Arkansas border. NWS-Shreveport meteorologist Mario Valverde says it will be a our second winter weather event of the week. (photo from State Police)
"This time we're looking for north of I-20, to have more of a snow type event," says Valverde. "And further south in Louisiana more of the same type of junk we've had here with a mixture of rain, sleet and snow."
Several parishes south of I-20 are under a winter weather advisory. Valverde says, unfortunately, it doesn't look like temperatures will get too far away from freezing to melt the north Louisiana ice away.
"Still have a little ways to go before we even get up to the freezing temperature," said Valverde. "But this is a double edge sword because it's just going to melt then re-freeze."