Another round of heavy rain and possible severe weather is expected for parts of the ArkLaTex again Wednesday.
Rain may not be as widespread as it was Tuesday, but bands of heavy downpours could lead to some isolated flash flooding.
Rain is expected to be heaviest between I-20 and I-30, where more than 2 inches of rain could fall in some localized spots.
FLASH FLOOD WATCH: Until 12 p.m. tomorrow afternoon. This does include Shreveport-Bossier with the threat of heavy downpours as well as areas north of Shreveport.
Severe weather is possible as well but is expected to be isolated in nature. The slight risk has been shifted as of Wednesday morning, now focusing more on the northern portion of the ArkLaTex, including the very northwest corner of Caddo Parrish up towards De Queen and Texarkana.
The greatest threat from storms developing tomorrow afternoon and into the evening hours will be wind gusts of up to 60 mph and hail up to quarter-sized.
The threat of tornadoes appears to be fairly low, but is not exactly zero either.
Here are a few snapshots from Futuretrack:
2 pm: A couple of bands of storms may form around the I-20 and I-30 corridors.
5 pm: Rain and storms will remain most concentrated north of I-20.
11 pm: Storms organizing along a cold front around I-30 will gradually sink southward overnight.
STAY WEATHER AWARE
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