Soggy weather to start the work week

Posted at 5:48 AM, Jul 06, 2020

It's a soggy start to the work week as we continue to deal with a stalled front which will produce rounds of showers across Acadiana over the next couple of days.

Monday's forecast will be a cloudy one, with showers really picking up by mid morning and peaking through the early afternoon before a slight break in the action later this evening.

The rain over the next several days will be on and off again, and will produce an inch or two of rain over the next several days.

Major flooding won't be a major issue but the localized, minor flooding is always possible and around some of the more intense downpours you may see some water piling up.

Clouds will keep the temperatures in the mid 80s during the day and the mid 70s overnight, and the typical summer highs of the low 90s will return by the end of the week.

A quick update on the tropics, nothing that will impact Acadiana, but there's a disturbance along this stalled front sitting off the Florida coast and as it moves east may develop slightly along the Carolina coast, and a wave that is a very hostile environment in the Caribbean that likely won't develop.