SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – The final wave of thunderstorms has moved out of the ArkLaTex and the skies have cleared. We will see a few days of quiet weather with sunshine Thursday and a partly cloudy sky Friday.

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NWS survey finds EF0 damage from near LSUS to Southgate Estates in Bossier City. An EF1 tornado was confirm just north and west of Benton and another EF0 briefly touched down just north of Hosston
36-hour Futurecast forecast (updated every hour)

Cool and dry air returns tonight: Skies will quickly clear after sunset and lows will fall into the 40s tonight. The chilly air won’t stick around long, we’ll warm into the mid and upper 70s tomorrow afternoon under mostly sunny skies.

Forecast lows Wednesday night into Thursday morning

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Futurecast Rainfall Potential during the next 72 hours

More thunderstorms, some strong, expected Easter weekend: A warm front will move back over the ArkLaTex late Friday into Saturday morning. The warm and humid air will return and the ingredients for rain and scattered thunderstorms will build. While the severe weather setup isn’t as strong as what we’ve seen so far this week, we can’t rule out a few storms bringing strong wind gusts and frequent lightning both Saturday and Easter Sunday.