It's going to be a soggy Halloween for much of the ArkLaTex.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for East Texas, Southwest Arkansas, Southeast Oklahoma and Caddo and Bossier Parishes starting at Midnight Wednesday night and continuing into Noon on Thursday.
KSLA Chief Meteorologist StormTracker Steve says it's going to stay warm and humid overnight with steady winds out of the south. By Wednesday afternoon, a line of strong thunderstorms will start tracking into our western counties. The rain will continue overnight and for most of the day on Halloween. There is a risk of 4 or more inches of rain falling on either side of I-30 before it all tracks out. We could also see damaging winds in some of the strongest cells.
So far there are reports of any ArkLaTex counties, parishes, cities or towns planning to move the traditional door-to-door candy collection to another day.