Hurricane Laura After Landfall will Bring Rain, Winds and Tornado Threats Far Inland as it Heads East and out to the Atlantic Ocean Saturday night into Sunday!

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Hurricane Laura will weaken after making landfall early Thursday, but its rain, some wind, and even potential tornadoes are expected to spread inland north and east as the storm moves inland.

  • Rainfall from Laura will spread as far east as the Ohio and Tennessee valleys by this weekend as it heads east and out into the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Strong winds could cause tree damage and scattered power outages as far north as Arkansas.
  • Laura might produce isolated tornadoes along its path into the weekend.

Hurricane Laura will weaken after making landfall early Thursday, but its rain, some wind, and even potential tornadoes are expected to spread inland north and east as the storm moves inland.

Laura is expected to cross over our area Saturday night into Sunday.

Info and photos provided by The Weather Channel at www.weather.com