Apr 13, 2014 5:56 PM by Daniel Phillips
The ever evolving forecast continues to shed light on what we can expect from the next system getting ready to swing through Acadiana.
Models have continued to shift the worst of Sunday's weather further to the north and it now looks like any storms that move through Sunday night will stay well north of Acadiana.
Clouds will linger into Monday, however, with a few separate time frames producing some strong storms.
Early storms will stay mainly to the north and will cause problems along the Arkansas and Louisiana border.
Once they start to clear up just after lunch the active weather will shift to the south in the afternoon and evening.
Acadiana will be under a slight risk for severe weather through the day on Monday and it's shaping up that southeast Acadiana could see the worst of it.
Storms will be capable of producing heavy rains but they will be moving too fast to cause much flooding concern.
In fact most of Acadiana will end the day Monday collecting only between 0.5 - 1" of rain, southeast Acadiana could see up to 2 or 3 inches.
It will all be clearing up by early Tuesday morning as cold, dry air quickly makes it's way into the area.
Highs will struggle to get out of the 50s on Tuesday and lows will be back down in the low 40s and upper 30s.