Photo: Bossier Sheriff's Deputy Josh Cagle

The rains continue to fall across the state and while our corner of the world is still a dangerous place to be, the most serious threats for more flooding is now in the southern part of Louisiana. The state could get between four and ten inches of rain today and tomorrow with the southeastern corner of the state expected to take the worst of it, according to state climatologist Barry Keim. Keim added that "..we still have the risk for severe thunderstorms, some damaging winds, and while tornadoes haven't been a big deal, there is still some possibility we could see a tornado or two."  This is no time to let our guard down as Keim says although the storms are shifting rain could still fall heavily anywhere in the state.