It was a lot of rain in a short amount of time, but apparently it wasn't even a drop in the bucket to wet the ArkLaTex drought. Motorists experienced a nightmare of a commute on some roads in Shreveport that were flooded. Several were even stranded in their cars.
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
According to the U.S. Drought Portal (www.drought.gov) , the Princeton/Haughton area is experiencing severe to extreme drought. Several surrounding cities and rural areas have already issued water conservation requirements; some have gone as far as shutting off water to their customers
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