NWS: Line of severe storms move across north La.
SHREVEPORT - The National Weather Service says a line of severe thunderstorms continues to move across north Louisiana.
The weather service office in Shreveport reports Monday's storms have downed trees in several DeSoto Parish locations.
Meteorologist Davyon Hill says Monday's storms will bring high winds and rain over much of the state.
Hill says high winds late Sunday night downed trees in Caddo, Webster and Sabine parishes.
A tornado watch is in effect for a large part of north Louisiana until 2 p.m.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Lawmakers prepare for third special session this year
Parkview Baptist teen preps for national rodeo
Dangerous hole in Zachary neighborhood posing serious threat, residents concerned
Power restored after storms pound East Baton Rouge again Friday
Mayor-president pushing for new sales tax to improve East Baton Rouge traffic
Temeka Johnson basketball camp about more than the game
Saints looking to fill backfield void during Ingram's 4-game absence
Saints RB Mark Ingram says he's 'not angry' with his contract
Sean Payton's coaching style propels him into 13th year with Saints
New coach excited to change basketball culture at Southern