Mega 3 Doppler Radar as of Saturday Evening

SHREVEPORT, La. - Off and on heavy downpours occurred all day Saturday.  Mega 3 Storm Team Doppler Radar continued to show significant rain Saturday evening.

Flash Flood Warning for Panola County during Saturday Evening

As a result, Flash Flooding occurred in Panola County.

Severe Weather Report from Panola County (Shreveport National Weather Service)

Highway 59 south of Carthage was under water at 9:50 p.m.

Shreveport National Weather Service Radar Rainfall Estimates from Saturday

An estimated 10 inches of rain fell there over the past 24 hours (Shreveport National Weather Service Dual Pol Doppler Radar).  Nearly 8 inches accumulated in western Bienville Parish.

South ArkLaTex Weather Watcher Reports

KTBS 3 Weather Watcher, Jim Ebarb near Ringgold picked up 7.8 inches of rain Saturday with nearly 5 falling from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.  Flash Flooding also happened in his area.

Central ArkLaTex Weather Watcher Reports

Rain amounts just north were considerably less, but significant.  Richard White in Minden picked up nearly two and a half inches.

Metro Area Weather Watcher Rain Totals

Keithville just south of the metro area was over three and a half inches according to Michael Price.  Mike Lyles in Shreveport had a little over 2 inches.

North ArkLaTex Weather Watcher Reports

Rainfall was much lighter over northern sections.  Jerry Boyd in Plain Dealing had just .67 inches.

7 Day Forecast

Sunday is expected to be another wet day with additional heavy downpours.  The rain may last into the middle of next week!

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