After a rough day with numerous strong to occasionally severe thunderstorms raked through Acadiana, the weather pattern will gradually become much more favorable into the weekend.
Showers and severe storms are still expected to move through Acadiana on Thursday, making it important to stay weather aware. WHERE: All of Acadiana will
There’s some active weather on the way, which you can read about here, in the meantime let’s get through Wednesday and what you can expect
It’s another round of potentially severe weather this week, as this severe weather season proves to be a particularly busy year.
It’ll be another quiet spring afternoon on Tuesday as we wait for the next round of severe weather to move in to Acadiana.
We’re continuing to monitor the arrival of a storm system that looks like it will likely spark a round of severe weather this weekend. While
As mentioned before spring can be an especially volatile time in south Louisiana’s weather pattern, and April is when the severe weather season seems to
Wednesday is going to be a stunning day with temperatures warming into the mid-80s by the afternoon with plenty of sunshine.
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As the initial round of storms has pushed through Acadiana it appears as if we got lucky in regards to the severe weather event. The
A well advertised round of severe weather is headed to Acadiana with arrival expected early Sunday evening between 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Here’s Daniel’s Facebook
We’ve just about made it through the first half of the weekend and as expected showers and storms have stayed just outside the area. A
As the weekend kicks into high gear and everyone starts heading out to enjoy all the festivities it’ll be important to remember to be weather
It was a wet and wild Thursday across Acadiana with a round of some spring time severe weather swinging across the area. Thunderstorms produced strong
This is the time of year when weather can be a little more volatile across south Louisiana, so right on cue we’re talking about the potential of severe weather.
Tuesday got off to another chilly start but mornings with these types of temperatures are probably numbered before the long summer stretch so we shouldn’t
Just walking outside you’ll want to do a double check of the calendar, but it is indeed the first day of April and temperatures really
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There is some change coming in the forecast and the early signs of that change took the form of some clouds that drifted in Thursday evening.
It’s been a pretty solid forecast this week across south Louisiana and while we could use some rainfall it’s hard to complain about the weather we’ve been given.
The weather remains quiet for another day with little change in the forecast from Tuesday’s stunning round of spring weather. High pressure will remain in
Monday’s front has come and gone bringing a few showers to parts of Acadiana, but in its wake it’s leaving sunny skies for all of Acadiana.
A front will push across the Acadiana area on Monday bringing in a round of showers and thunderstorms by the evening hours.
In the outskirts of Eunice, the What’s Your Story team met Robert Reed, who was out enjoying his retirement by doing a little fishing.
There’s been absolutely nothing to complain about, or worry about when it has come to this week’s forecast and it looks like that pattern will
The spring pattern continues with full force Thursday with another picture-perfect forecast on tap for the end of the work week.
Spring (and pollen) is in the air and we couldn’t ask for a better forecast. High pressure will dominate the forecast for the remainder of
It feels like it’s been an entire lifetime since we had consecutive days of sunshine and pleasant temperatures. This week will finally provide just that.
After being away from her native Crowley, one hairstylist felt the pull of family to return home.
It’s been a frustrating few days in forecasting trying to figure out what exactly this front is doing, and how it will impact Acadiana. After