Showers and storms continue to slide eastward across Acadiana south of a frontal boundary draped across Central Louisiana.
Per Predictive Radar, activity will likely continue with rain chances 80% or better through at least 10 pm Wednesday night as the frontal boundary slides southward this evening.
Rainfall totals could be up to 2-4″ in spots, leading to localized street flooding in areas this afternoon into the evening hours.
Per latest trends, a few isolated areas of rainfall greater than 5″ will be possible, leading to more serious flooding wherever cells tend to “train” over the same areas.
Latest Doppler Radar and Satellite Imagery: