Apr 11, 2013 4:51 PM by Daniel Phillips
Showers and storms roared across Acadiana Thursday morning bringing heavy rainfall amounts the some of the parishes north of I-10. This same line of storms have now crossed over into the heartland of the country, causing severe weather threats to our neighbors to the east.
Replacing this system will be a much cooler and clearer pattern. High pressure returns to south Louisiana and although Thursday night and Friday morning will be rather chilly we will warm up quickly. Sunshine will be out in full force for the end of the week and beginning of the weekend, and temperatures will return to seasonal.
This means highs will be in the mid to upper 70s during the afternoon, but staying rather cool overnight. In fact Thursday night lows will dip down into the 40s. Our next shot of rain will arive on Sunday morning and the beginning of next week could be rather unsettled as well.
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