Another frontal system will move through the area tonight and there will be the chance of seeing some severe storms. The slight risk was trimmed down and now only includes portions of NW Louisiana just east of Shreveport and portions of Columbia, Lafayette, & Nevada Co. in SW Arkansas
The main threats would be damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes. Hail threat stays low. It looks like the higher risk of severe weather will stay east of us, but an isolated strong storm is what we are tracking, mainly this afternoon. Highs will be in the mid 70s, with clouds increasing throughout the day. The highest chance for rain comes in the evening hours. Make sure to have the First Alert Weather App downloaded to have alerts sent straight to your phone.
Increased storm chances will be after 2pm today, but before that there is the chance of seeing a few showers. Make sure to grab the umbrella just in case and stay weather aware.
The KSLA First Alert Weather Team will continue to be your First Alert on the potential for rain this weekend and severe weather early next week.