More winter weather is coming to the Shreveport weather. Rain and cold temps are expected Tuesday afternoon that could change to freezing rain Tuesday night/into Wednesday morning, making the commute on Wednesday morning in the ArkLaTex messy. Some parts of the region could get ice.
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for the West and Northwest edges of the area where ¼” of ice is possible.
Chief Meteorologist Todd Warren at KTAL NBC 6 says “The only difference between rain and freezing rain is the temperature at the surface. If the temperature is above 32 you are seeing rain. If it’s 32 or below, it’s freezing rain. So if you have to travel for the next few days, keep an eye on the thermometer. It doesn’t take much ice to make travel somewhat dangerous.“