It's going to be another blazing hot day across Shreveport Bossier. In fact, the entire region will continue to feel this searing heat. The National Weather Service has again issued an Excessive Heat Warning until at least 7pm Wednesday night for all of northwest and north central Louisiana. This warning also included northeast Texas, southwest Arkansas and southeast Oklahoma.


Hot Hot Will It Get Today?

The NWS says we will experience dangerously hot temperatures between 100 and 105 on Wednesday with the heat index values climbing to near 114 degrees.

This extreme heat and humidity will significantly increase the potential for heat related illnesses, especially for folks who work outdoors or anyone who stays outside for an extended period of time.


The record high for July 20 is 104 degrees which was set in 2018. We also hit a record for July 21 of 106 degrees in that same year.

The NWS also says "given the forecast temperatures for tomorrow, a heat warning may be issued for tomorrow as well."

Shreveport does have cooling centers open at these park facilities:

    • A.B. Palmer Community Center - 547 E. 79th St.
    • Airport Park Community Center - 6500 Kennedy Drive
    • Bill Cockrell Community Center – 4109 Pines Road
    • Chris Hays Community Center – 4300 Illinois St.
    • David Raines Community Center - 2920 Round Grove Lane
    • Hattie Perry Community Center - 4300 Ledbetter St.
    • Mamie Hicks Community Center - 200 Mayfair Drive
    • Southern Hills Community Center - 1002 Bert Kouns Industrial Loop
    • Valencia Park Community Center - 1800 Viking Drive

These facilities are open from 8am-7:30pm Monday-Friday and from 9am-3pm on Saturdays.

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