I'm still holding out on some hope that Jonesboro can stay above 32°. It's going to be close! Other areas in Region 8 to the north and northwest stand a better chance of seeing problems.
This is not a snow event, but rather an ice event. This is not something that you want, even if you are a kid or teacher! Some places in Region 8 will have tree limbs down and power lines down if this materializes.
In Jonesboro, I think we will see rain for half of the event and freezing rain/drizzle for the other half. It would not hurt my feelings if everyone stayed with rain, but that seems rather unlikely.
As each new piece of data comes in, I'll try to post an update. The above image shows "precip type" as determined by the GFS model. It's a little blocky (low res), but it shows how close this event will be..... AGAIN! FZRA (yellow) is freezing rain and IP (red) is "ice pellets" or sleet. RA (green) is rain, of course.