This morning NBC 6 was live along Grimmett Drive in the City of Shreveport to check for flooding.
In the past this portion of the city has a history of flooding and is noted as a flood area on FEMA maps.
We found no flooding and with the rain coming to a halt until the weekend, it's good news for area residents.
Caddo Parish there's two main areas that get hit the most. One is Linwood
Avenue and basically any area near Wallace Lake.
"Linwood has been completely covered with water in the past. I don't anticipate this happening right now," Ken Ward with Caddo Public Works said.
Another area is the intersection of North Hearne and Grimmett Drive.
"This is a spot where we often get called to first. We always see that sometimes people get suck when they try to drive through puddles. Make sure to avoid that," Shreveport Police Sgt. Bill Goodin said.
Both the Parish and the City say there are ways you can do your part.
Caddo Parish Public works asks that you keep your drains clear of storm debris so nothing gets backed up.
While the rain might have stopped until the weekend, Shreveport Police say there are still puddles out on some roads and to take your time because it's hard to tell how deep they are.