If your children's Halloween plans include door to door trick-or-treating or anything outdoors, you may want to have a 'plan B' in place.  That's because severe storms are expected to move across the Pineywoods Wednesday afternoon through early Thursday morning.

A strong cold front will give the eastern third of Texas a near 100% chance of thunderstorms on Halloween, and some of those storms could spawn isolated tornadoes, damaging straight-line winds up to 65 mph, as well as hail up to the size of half dollars.  Two to three inches of rain could fall across the Deep East Texas area.

Given the likelihood of strong storms across the region, you may want to consider securing or removing Halloween decorations from your property by Wednesday afternoon/evening.

NWS Shreveport

Make sure that you have downloaded the KICKS 105 app to your smartphone for immediate notifications concerning the weather.  Be sure that you have also enabled all push notifications in the settings tab of your app.