SHREVEPORT, La. - Meteorologists continue to keep a watchful eye on waterways in the ArkLaTex.
On Monday, recent rains to our north brought the Red River up one foot to a crest of 28 feet in Shreveport. It was just a temporary bump according to the National Weather Service.
It's important to note that severe flooding in central and Northern Arkansas is not expected to impact the Shreveport-Bossier City area. What's happening there is part of a different watershed.
Hydrologist C.S. Ross from NWS Shreveport spoke with KTBS 3 Meteorologist Brian Fowler about current water levels and what the future looks like regarding the flood threat.