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Halloween brings wind, rain to SWLA

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Wind and rain blew through Southwest Louisiana on Thursday.

Residents reported wind damage to homes and structures, as well as some minor flooding on roads and streets. Some power outages were also reported.

According to the American Red Cross, representatives are conducting damage assessments across the area. The most damage has been reported in Ragley, according to representatives, and includes minor roofing and siding damage. Other reports of damage are from DeQuincy, Vinton and Jennings.

Several tornado watches and warnings were issued. For forecasts and current radar images, click HERE.

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