"We've been really busy ever since I got here at 9 AM," said an employee at Edwards Food Giant. "It's been non-stop... It's the storm that's supposed to be coming in."
Along with the storm, a lot of excitement after meteorologists uttered one simple word.
"Snow!" said an eager young girl shopping with her mother.
"Hopefully we get some snow," said another shopper, "It'll be beautiful."
"When was the last time we had a white christmas?" I asked another.
"It's been a while," he replied.
For some, the likelihood of a white christmas in Arkansas was a total surprise.
"You worried about the storm coming?" I asked, "Storm?" one shopper replied.
But others are busy getting their tried-and-true 'waiting out a snow-storm' essentials, stocked.
"Bread, milk ,eggs, the necessities," one shopper said.
"Just the necessities, eggs, milk, juice," another echoed.
This evening the bread isle is the most popular place to be and employees raced around trying to keep everything in stock.
Because once this storm hits, there's one thing everyone seems to be sure they can count on.
"Stay off the roads because no one can drive"
"I don't know how to drive in the snow. I'm scared of it."
But if you do find yourself stuck indoors, or maybe in a ditch because of the wintery white stuff, try and keep in mind what the season is all about.
"Merry Christmas," shouted a group of children.
Some good news Entergy officials don't expect much ice during this storm so that decreases the likelihood of mass power outages.