ARKLATEX (KSLA) - Our next round of rain will arrive late Wednesday.
Luckily, this is going to be a low impact rain event. Most of us won't see any rain until Wednesday evening or Wednesday night. Plus, severe weather and heavy rainfall are not in the forecast.
Not one parish or county in the ArkLaTex will be under a Marginal Risk of severe weather Wednesday through Wednesday night.
Keep in mind, a Marginal Risk is the lowest risk level.
The Severe Weather Threat graphic below shows the entire area in the general thunderstorm category. This means a few rumbles of thunder will be possible, but severe weather is not expected.
Heavy rain and flooding are not going to be a major concern either. Most places across the ArkLaTex won't even see an inch of rain.
Yes, rain is in the forecast on Wednesday, but it is going to be far from a washout. Many will not have to worry about dodging any raindrops until Wednesday evening.
The rain will develop from northwest to southeast across the area late Wednesday through Wednesday night. Through 4 p.m. Wednesday, better rain chances will north and west of the ArkLaTex.
By 8 p.m. Wednesday, scattered showers and a few storms will be developing along the I-30 corridor.
Shreveport-Bossier and the rest of the I-20 corridor probably won't start to see rain until after 10 p.m. Wednesday. The latest run of FutureTrack shows rain dropping south through Shreveport-Bossier and the rest of the I-20 corridor.
The rain will wrap up from northwest to southeast across the area Wednesday night through Thursday morning. By 4 a.m. Thursday, most of the rain will be from Shreveport-Bossier and points to the southeast.
Even though a stray shower or a little light rain can't be ruled out Thursday morning across the southeastern edge of the ArkLaTex, most of us will wake up to dry conditions.
By 8 a.m. Thursday, the widespread rain will be east of the ArkLaTex.
The StormTracker 12 Weather team makes it easy for you to stay up to date with the latest forecast: