NEW ORLEANS — The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for most of Louisiana late Tuesday, and said a cold front moving into the state from the west will bring strong thunderstorms through the following day.

Cars pass along a flooded Lewisville Road Tuesday afternoon after Mother Nature swept through north Louisiana with a flurry of storms. Forecasters say 2 to 4 inches of rain was dumped across the state as a cold front pushed a warm front out of the area. No major damage was reported in Minden, but was in other parts of the state. Bruce Franklin/Press-Herald

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