Thunderstorms and heavy rain are possible Friday in southeast Louisiana, forecasters said.
Some of the storms could be severe.
The line of storms is expected to reach New Orleans and Baton Rouge Friday afternoon and Friday night ahead of a cold front, the National Weather Service in Slidell said.
What are the threats?
Some of the thunderstorms could be severe Friday. The National Weather Service said these threats are possible:
When will it get here?
The greatest severe weather threat is Friday afternoon and night in southeast Louisiana.
As of 7:00 AM, the storms were over Shreveport.
They are expected to reach Baton Rouge around 4:00 PM and get to New Orleans around 7:00 PM, meteorologists said.
By 10:00 PM, the line of storms should be past Boothville and moving out of Louisiana.
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