Jun 9, 2014 4:30 PM by Rob Perillo
A slow-moving and weakening frontal boundary will induce a good chance of showers and storms across Acadiana Tuesday.
Showers and storms will be possible at just about any time from the morning into the afternoon and perhaps early evening as the disturbances will be slow to clear the area.
Some storms will be locally quite heavy producing torrential downpours of a couple of inches and there may be a very slight risk of some severe storms per the latest outlooks from the Storm Prediction Center (SPC).
The SPC has much of Acadiana for a slight risk of storms that could contain damaging down-burst winds, hail and perhaps an isolated tornado.
Storms will end from west to east across Acadiana Tuesday evening, with rain chances decreasing back down to the "slight" or "very slight" chance category for the rest of the week.
In the tropics, an area of disturbed weather in the Pacific near the Southern Mexican Coast will likely become a depression/tropical storm by Tuesday.
The Atlantic Basin remains quiet, although the longer range GFS model continues to indicate some development potential from in the extreme Western Caribbean through the Yucatan in about a week to 10 days...but the GFS model remains alone with no other models pointing to development at this time.