NWS: High winds predicted as storms move into Louisiana

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SHREVEPORT — The National Weather Service says a line of thunderstorm is moving from East Texas toward northwest Louisiana.

Meteorologist Davyon Hill says the storm, packing high winds and rain, should be moving into the state around 6:30 a.m. Monday.

Hill says high winds late Sunday night downed trees in Caddo, Webster and Sabine parishes.

A tornado watch is in effect for the northwest corner of the state until 11 a.m.

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