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Showers move in tonight and continue on Sunday

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Posted at 4:22 PM, Jan 25, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-25 17:22:00-05

Hope you were able to get outside to enjoy the sunshine on Saturday because it will be a different story on Sunday as rain is heading our way.

A few showers will begin to slide over Acadiana during the overnight hours and continue on and off throughout much of Sunday.

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There is a slight chance for maybe a rumble of thunder but nothing to worry about as any storms that do develop will be well develop severe limits.

As for rainfall we could eventually see about an inch but it will fall over several hours so no need to worry about flooding.

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Showers should start coming to an end as we move into Sunday evening.

Monday looks to be a nice start to the new week with partly sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 60s.

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But this week we will have the chance for a couple more fast moving low pressure systems to swing through the region.

After Sunday's system the next low pressure will swing into the Southeast Tuesday night into Wednesday morning producing a round of light showers.

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Clouds will linger on Wednesday with highs in the low 60s but sunshine will return for Thursday pushing highs into the low to mid 60s.

On Friday a third low pressure system will sweep towards Louisiana creating another wet day with scattered showers and a few storms.

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This system should push off to the east in time for the weekend but a few stray showers and clouds could linger over Acadiana on Saturday holding highs in the low to mid 60s.

Good news is Sunday looks fantastic with mostly sunny skies and highs a touch warmer in the mid to upper 60s.