Yesterday, I posted a story about survey teams from the National Weather Service in Shreveport that were going out to assess the damage from the storms earlier this week. I talked with Meteorologist Matt Hemingway about the results from those surveys
It appears DeSoto Parish got hit the hardest in our area from last night's storm system. Jeff Hood with the National Weather Service in Shreveport tells me a tornado reportedly touched down between Mansfield and Stonewall, and headed toward Minden from there
The Caddo Fire Chiefs Association has lifted the burn ban for all of Caddo Parish. The National Weather Service Office in Shreveport has reported nearly two inches of rain over the last two months with another round expected next Wednesday and next weekend.
If you're wondering just HOW bad the drought is here in our area, take a look at what the "duck pond" park on East Kings Highway looks like right now. In all my years of living in Shreveport-Bossier, I have never seen this happen
As the drought persists, so, too, does the risk of more wildfires. The National Weather Service in Shreveport has issued a Red Flag Warning for all of the Ark-La-Tex. It's in effect until 7 pm CDT this evening.
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