Oh Hail No! Prepare for More Nasty Weather This Evening
Less than a week removed from golf-ball (or bigger) sized hail falling from the sky, we could see round two late this evening.
The Storm Prediction Center has placed our area under an "enhanced risk" for sever storms tonight that could potentially include hail, flash flooding, tornadoes, and harsh wind.
Shreveport weather is wild. Maybe our Barksdale Bubble is under maintenance, or maybe the employees maintaining the bubble have been laid off in the aftermath of COVID-19. Either way, the storm that Bossier City residents experienced last Friday night was close to Biblical proportions.
Now, just a few days later, it looks like Shreveport should at the very least be prepared for extreme wind and hail. Better safe than sorry, just ask my broken windshield.
Radar shows that the most severe part of tonight's storm should hit Shreveport-Bossier at around midnight, and the worst of it should be gone by 3:00 AM.