Pulaski County has the potential to see ice accumulations from around .20 to around .30 inches.

The National Weather Service (NWS) in Springfield issued a brief Tuesday afternoon warning media outlets that confidence is "increasing" that there will potentially be ice on Friday.

"Confidence increasing that freezing rain and ice will impact the Ozarks Region starting early Friday morning through at least early Saturday...maybe longer depending on the freezing line," NWS said in its brief.

The potential accumulation for most of Pulaski County, according to the NWS's predictions, are around .20 inches, however the southernmost tip of the county could see around .30 according to the forecast map.

The NWS says it has medium confidence in this forecast, as much still depends on whether north or west winds prevail causing temperatures to be low or high.

The potential for "significant ice" is there, according to the NWS.

Additionally, the NWS says there is "some potential for heavy rainfall and localized flooding through the weekend with rainfall amounts 2 to 4 inches locally higher possible."