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For the second time this week, Shreveport-Bossier is projected to get slammed by severe storms. There's also a chance of tornadoes and hail to hit the area. However, there is SOME good news. In the original forecast, Shreveport-Bossier was in the 'Moderate Risk' category, which basically means there's an increased chance of hair and tornadoes.

However, thankfully, our area was downgraded to an 'Enhanced Risk'. Which means there's still a good chance that things will get rough...but the possibility of hail and tornadoes are greatly reduced. Which is good news for us, but not so good news for the Ruston area.

Here's what the National Weather Service in Shreveport has to say about today's line of storms:

Multiple rounds of severe thunderstorms are possible today through the overnight hours. Severe storms could develop as...

Posted by US National Weather Service Shreveport Louisiana on Friday, April 9, 2021

Multiple rounds of severe thunderstorms are possible today through the overnight hours. Severe storms could develop as early as late this morning. A line of severe storms is expected to move across the region tonight. Damaging winds, large hail, and tornadoes will be possible.

So, things could get rough starting around 2 pm and stay that way throughout the evening. If the storms knocks out the power or produces a tornado, we'll keep you updated.

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