Notice to Navigators: Arkansas-White-Ouachita-Red Rivers

Severe Weather possible today across the Four State Region

Good morning Shreveport partners,

We continue to monitor the possibility of strong to severe thunderstorms moving from west to east across the region today ahead of a strong cold front (see graphic below).

Prefrontal/postfrontal sustained wind speeds today will be near 15 to 25 mph with gusts as high as 40 mph. A Wind Advisory is in effect for the entire Four State Region through 6 pm (see graphic below).

Timing and Overview:

  • While strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible across all but the southwest half of Northeast Texas today, the threat will be mainly during the morning across the remainder of Northeast Texas, Southeast Oklahoma, much of Southwest Arkansas and far West and Northwest Louisiana.
  •  The severe thunderstorm threat may become more heightened across portions of South Central Arkansas as well as North Central and Northeast Louisiana this afternoon with the aid of daytime heating.


  • Large hail, damaging winds, and isolated tornadoes are all included in this Slight Risk.

Additional updates will be emailed as staffing/time permits.  Please reference the additional resources below for more information.

Additional Information Resources:

NWS Shreveport Contact Numbers:  318-636-7345 or 318-631-3669 M-F (8AM - 4PM)
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