Summer rolls along across Acadiana with little difference in our weather from what we received over the weekend. It’s another hot afternoon with highs in
The nice weather from this weekend will continue into Monday with slightly below average temperatures in the upper 80s to lower 90s.
Most of us stay dry again on Monday but with it being summer we can not rule out one or two stray pop-up showers during the afternoon.
For the most part Acadiana dodged the rain and with a light northerly breeze temperatures were slightly below average today in the upper 80s.
With some dry air wrapping into Acadiana this evening lows should drop down into the lower 70s by Sunday morning.
Active showers and storms are once again in the short-term forecast for Acadiana Friday evening, with some storms producing locally intense downpours, gusty winds, perhaps some pea-size hail, and plenty of lightning.
The weekend has finally arrived and it seems that the weather will be unsettled over the next several days. As the dust moves to the
Hazy, hot and humid conditions will continue for Acadiana Friday, but instability aloft and deeper tropical moisture moving in from the north and east should translate to scattered storms by the late afternoon into the early evening hours.
Louisiana summers are a marathon, and at this point we are about a third of the way through the slog that is summer time. The
Hazy, hot and humid weather with minimal rain chances will continue for Acadiana Thursday, but the chance of scattered showers and storms will return late Friday into the weekend.
Dust continues to move across Acadiana keeping those hazy skies locked in place for at least another day. The biggest difference between Wednesday and Tuesday
A disturbance and weakness in the upper atmosphere will gradually yield to a more stable and hazy pattern for Acadiana through the mid-week period.
It’s a pretty standard forecast for late June with hot, humid conditions giving way to a few scattered showers by the end of the morning.
Most of the showers have now pushed out into the Gulf of Mexico but thanks to the rain temperatures have been on the comfortable side setting up a pleasant evening.
However with the ground still quite damp from today’s rain there is a good possibility for patchy to dense fog Tuesday morning.
Showers and thunderstorms quickly moved through Acadiana Monday morning, setting the stage for an unsettled forecast. The strongest thunderstorms will be pushing through during the
The pop-up showers and storms that bubbled up this afternoon are fading as we move into the evening leading to another warm and muggy night.
Then during the overnight hours into Monday morning we will be watching a line of showers and storms diving south into Acadiana.
The summer heat and humidity continues Sunday with highs in the low 90s and feel like temperatures once again topping out between 103-107.
The only difference on Sunday is we will have a slight chance for a couple stray showers during the afternoon/evening, mainly north of the interstate.
Even with a fair amount of high clouds today preventing heat indices from getting as high as Thursday morning lows did not dip below 80 thus we had our 2nd straight heat advisory for Acadiana which continues until 7PM.
The clouds look to stay with us through the overnight hours which should keep lows near 80 again thus I think we will have another heat advisory on Saturday.
Astronomical Summer officially starts Friday morning at 10:54 and it will definitely feel like summer with highs in the low to mid 90s again and feel like temperatures near 105.
Our Louisiana summer rolls along Thursday with the swampy, hot weather we all know and love (maybe not love).
Locally, it will be another warm and sticky night with temperatures slow to cool off as lows struggle to drop down into the upper 70s.
However, for our neighbors to the north towards the I-20 corridor rounds of strong to severe storms will slide across from east Texas to Monroe this evening through the overnight hours.
There’s not much more to say about the forecast at this point, it’s hot and there’s no real way around that fact.
With drier more stable air in the region, Acadiana will see hotter temperatures and higher heat indices over the next couple of days.
An upper level disturbance will slowly traverse Louisiana through Tuesday allowing for scattered showers and a few thunderstorms into Tuesday, but drier, hotter and more humid conditions await Acadiana later this week.
It’s been a soggy start to the work week with showers moving across the region early, setting the stage for a fairly unsettled day. Rain
This evening a cluster of showers and storms is trying to work south into Acadiana.
So far just a few isolated showers have been able to develop, mainly north of the interstate.
The summerlike heat and humidity is back, and it looks like it will be sticking with us until about late September.
The weekend has finally arrived just as temperatures slide back to their typical summer levels along with our standard humidity. After a quick break from
It’s been a real treat the last several days getting a break from some of the summer heat and humidity, even if it’s been a
Tonight another cool front will swing through Acadiana clearing out the high clouds.
As the clouds dissipate tonight lows will fall into the mid to upper 60s.
Acadiana’s forecast rolls along this Wednesday with another round of sunny skies and relatively low humidity.
Thank you June cool front as it felt amazing today.
If you were stuck at work all day make sure you get outside this evening to enjoy the pleasant temperatures and humidity.