Friday Afternoon Storm courtesy of KTBS 3 Weather Watcher Mark Potter

SHREVEPORT, La. - After a really hot and humid morning, afternoon storms rolled in bringing gusty winds, thunder and lightning plus heavy downpours.  Rain amounts exceeded a couple of inches in a few locations.

Shreveport National Weather Service Rain Total from Friday, 7/3/2020

At the Shreveport National Weather Service, they received two thirds of an inch.

Northern ArkLaTex Weather Watcher Rain Totals

KTBS 3 Weather Watcher, Marilyn Copeland had the highest amount across northern sections at 1.40 inches. 

Central ArkLaTex Weather Watcher Totals

Over the center part of the ArkLaTex, totals ranged from .10 inches in Ruston as reported by Ronnie Vail to an inch and a half in Elysian Fields according to June Jones.

Metro Weather Watcher Rain Amounts

Metro amounts were as high 1.92 inches in Bellevue as measured by Bob Fentress.

Toledo Bend Weather Watcher Reports

Toledo Bend also had a lot of rain.  Debbie Johnson's 2 inch total was the highest followed by Michelle Gullette in Ringgold with 1.63 inches.

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