A strong weather system will move eastward from the Rockies toward central Louisiana this weekend. This feature should pass over the area Sunday night into Monday morning.
THREAT LEVEL...Mostly limited, but some portions of the area may see a significant risk if the system gets stronger as it approaches and moves over central Louisiana. Watches and warnings will be likely.
THREATS...Hail, high wind, tornadoes, frequent lightning strikes, and flash flooding.
TIMING...Sunday through early Monday morning generally between 4:00 PM Sunday and 4:00 AM Monday.
RAINFALL...Most rain amounts will be 0.50-2.50 inches with peak totals reaching 4-6 inches. Rainfall rates will be extreme in some of the storms and may promote flash flooding of susceptible locations.
RESPONSE...Monitor your weather sources. Your First Alert Storm Team will be on duty with live broadcasts and updates on all social media platforms.