Jun 10, 2014 5:55 PM by Rob Perillo
A strong, slow-moving upper disturbance brought another round of widespread showers and storms to Acadiana Tuesday morning, producing 4-7" of rain in just a few hours through the early afternoon.
The rain rates were so intense that localized street flooding was again and issue in Lafayette and many other communities.
While the bulk of the heavy rains had advanced eastward Tuesday afternoon, there remains a possibility of additional scattered showers and storms through midnight or shortly thereafter into very early Wednesday morning.
Look for some patchy fog to start our Wednesday with mostly sunny skies, hot and humid conditions dominating for the afternoon. Highs will likely reach the lower 90s Wednesday.
Rain chances should be suppressed, in the 10% range Wednesday. Little change in the pattern is expected for Thursday.
Another disturbance will approach the area from the northwest Friday likely engendering another healthy round of storms.