Cristobal moves to the north, pulling showers along with it

Posted at 5:39 AM, Jun 08, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-08 06:39:22-04

Tropical Depression Cristobal will continue to move out of the area, heading north through the day which will leave Acadiana in the wake of the storm as it heads out of the Pelican State.

Clouds will stick around for another day and winds will be blowing around at a pretty decent pace with sustained winds around 15-20 mph with gusts pushing close to 30 mph at times.

There's also the possibility of a thin line of showers moving across the area late Monday afternoon and into early evening which could produce times of heavy rainfall later in the day.

Temperatures will sit in the upper 80s with high dewpoints making it a very muggy, tropical type of atmosphere and with that moisture we'll see the lows staying in the upper 70s.

A quick look at the forecast for later this week shows some drier air moving in and dropping humidity through the end of the work week which could keep things more comfortable Thursday and Friday.

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