WeatherTodays Forecast


Showers and storms likely overnight through Tuesday morning

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Posted at 5:24 PM, Mar 27, 2023
and last updated 2023-03-27 23:22:18-04

A cool front is expected to produce scattered showers and thunderstorms across Acadiana overnight through early Tuesday morning.

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Per the Storm Prediction Center, Acadiana will be in a low end, marginal risk, of a few severe storms through Tuesday morning.


The main concern with the storms will be the possibility of some small hail and gusty, possibly damaging winds in a few isolated spots.


In addition, some locally heavy rainfall will be possible with 1-2 inches for some areas. Isolated higher amounts could lead to some localized street flooding, but widespread flooding is not anticipated.

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After morning storms, it should be quieter, breezy and cooler into the afternoon with temperatures holding from the mid-upper 60s to lower 70s for an afternoon high.

Breezy northerly winds will follow the front into Tuesday evening accompanied by cooler temperatures, likely dropping into the mid-50s Wednesday morning.

Wednesday and Thursday look to be nice and seasonably cool days, but look for another warm-up later this week with the chance of a few showers and storms this weekend.

The long range into next week looks unsettled, warm and quite fact, overnight lows a couple of days mid-next week might be in the very "summery" mid-70s!

See the KATC 10 Day Forecast for the latest.

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