Showers become more scattered in Acadiana

Posted at 3:55 PM, Sep 03, 2018
and last updated 2018-09-03 17:04:00-04

Tropical Storm Gordon has dominated the weather headlines, especially along the Gulf Coast, and if you’re looking for a tropical forecast you can find that here.

In the meantime we have some daily weather that we need to get through, since weather never stops even when there is a system in the Gulf.

It’s been a soaking wet couple of days across Acadiana and while the humidity will stay very high the showers don’t look to be as numerous.

Monday’s rain will slowly come to an end through the evening leaving behind some overnight clouds but otherwise it’ll be a quiet forecast.

The clouds will break up a little on Tuesday allowing the sun to peak through, of course this can churn up the atmosphere a little and we can see another round of scattered showers and thunderstorms.

Any wet weather on Tuesday will be more chaotic then the ongoing rain we had over the weekend, and won’t last all the way through the day.

Temperatures will hold in the upper 80s, but to give an idea how humid it will be the feel like temperature will sit closer to the 100 degree marker.

Wednesday looks to be fairly quiet with a few scattered showers and a northerly breeze, even with all the weather going on to our east, but a wet pattern will settle in again for the end of the week.