Another severe weather threat

Published: Mar. 28, 2017 at 5:46 PM CDT
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A strong disturbance aloft and a surface dryline/cold front will move through central Louisiana by early Thursday. Rain and thunderstorms will be widespread and a few storms will be severe.

THREAT LEVEL...This is mainly a limited threat; however, portions of east Texas and the ARK-LA-TX may have a bit more of a significant risk. You can expect watches and warnings.

TIMING...Between 7:00 PM Wednesday and noon Thursday.

THREATS...Hail, strong wind, tornadoes, frequent lightning strikes, and locally heavy rain.

RAINFALL...Most amounts for this event will be between 0.25 and 1.50 inches. Peak totals may reach 2-4 inches. Some storms will produce very high rainfall rates prompting ponding of water on roads and brief street flooding.

RESPONSE...Monitor your weather information sources and listen for warnings. STAY AWARE AND BE PREPARED.

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