The National Weather Service in Shreveport has once again raised their severe weather outlook for tonight across our area. This continues a trend we've seen from the National Weather Service regarding tonight's weather, as they've continued to raise the concern level daily.

Right now, the National Weather Service has elevated the Severe Weather Risk for tonight in Shreveport and Bossier City to "Enhanced", which is the third level on a scale of 5 levels. The scale does not consider 1 to be average conditions either. The first level is "Marginal" which expects isolated severe thunderstorms. The level of "Enhanced" anticipates numerous severe storms.

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Through the week, the National Weather Service in Shreveport has increased their Severe Weather Risk forecast, moving to a "Slight" risk, and now into the "Enhanced" risk territory.

The timing of the storms may not be great for Shreveport and Bossier, as the National Weather Service predicts the peak of the severe risk for the area to come between 2am and 6am, when most residents are asleep.

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Getty Images / Staff

According to the National Weather Service outlook, damaging winds, large hail, and tornadoes are all possible with this system. The National Weather Service had included the chance of tornadoes in many of their predictions. Putting Shreveport and Bossier in their highest risk area for this system. The chance of the system producing a tornado in the Ark-La-Tex is listed at 10%.

In addition to the damaging winds and possible tornadoes, the National Weather Service warns that this storm could produce hailstone greater than 2 inches in diameter.

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