A Stormy Thursday and Frosty Weekend Is Coming For the Shreveport Area

The Weather Prediction Center has most of the ArkLaTex in a Slight Risk of excessive rainfall with the I-30 corridor in a Marginal Risk on Thursday. The Slight Risk area could see 2+ inches of rain with lesser amounts in our northwestern areas. In addition, the Storm Prediction Center has most of our area in a Slight Risk of severe storms. It appears that all modes of severe weather could be possible.

According to our partners at KTAL NBC 6; after this event, the rest of the forecast involves well below-normal temperatures which will feel more like winter. We may have frosty mornings but there may be a need for freeze warnings for the northern parts of the ArkLaTex, likely along and north of I-30. As we all have learned, Mother Nature has frequent mood swings and these are just the latest.