10z HRRR through 11 PM not much problems if at all for tricker treaters for central, SE LA & MS gulf coast, just some pop up afternoon summer like showers in the afternoon but should die down after sunset. Storms approaching SW LA by then.
If my memory is correct, just about every time we've ever had an Enhanced Risk, we've had some very severe weather. In other words, slight risks don't always pan out but usually when we've been placed under an enhanced risk somewhere in that area got quite a rough ride.
I AM NOT A PROFESSIONAL - ALL OF MY POSTS ARE BASED ON MY OPINIONS ONLY.
The Hattiesburg EF-4 was under a slight risk back before the enhanced risk came out. There was a 10% hatched tornado area for that day. Today that would have qualified for an enhanced risk. I am not saying that a violent tornado is likely. What I am saying is that an enhanced risk does carry a higher ceiling than the 1" hail, 60 MPH, weak tornado or two type of outbreak normally found with a slight and that higher end outcomes have happened in these type circumstances.