We woke up to the first freeze of the year Thursday morning with frost forming courtesy of the calm and clear conditions. Despite a below
A Freeze Warning is in effect for all of Acadiana as temperatures are expected to drop to 28-32 degrees by morning.
The temperatures are looking to take their first tumble below freezing and the coldest they’ve been since the deep January freeze. A Freeze Warning has
The coldest readings of the fall season have arrived across Acadiana, and it looks like a done deal that we will see our first freeze of the season Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
The first real taste of winter has arrived with a windy, damp, and down right cold weather pattern taking hold for the next few days.
Overcast skies, a stiff north wind, temperatures holding in the low to mid 40s. and wind chills in the low to mid 30s will characterize Acadiana’s weather pattern over the next 48 hours.
The threat of storms has passed in Acadiana, although the clouds are still expected to stick around for another few days. A brief break in
Monday’s forecast is a tricky one with a warm front sitting just offshore, a low moving in from Texas, and a cold front that’ll push
A Tornado Watch has been issued for the coastline for Monday morning until noon, this will include Cameron, Vermilion, Iberia, St. Martin, and St. Mary
It will be the coolest weekend so far this Fall for Acadiana, with even colder air on the way next week…but in between, another healthy soaking is on the way late Sunday into Monday.
The solid rains are over with for Acadiana, but expect more misty drizzles and some patches of light rain through this evening.
A new weather pattern will be taking up residence in Acadiana and causing a bit of commotion as it kick in the door on Friday morning.
After seeing 80s Wednesday, and 70 degrees Thursday, big changes are in store for Acadiana with readings in the 50s for highs Friday into the weekend. A strong cool front will push through the area Friday morning, and with it and in its wake, expect periods of rain from the morning into the afternoon hours.
It’s another dreary day across Acadiana as we continue to deal with what has been an extended unsettled pattern. Showers aren’t going to be a
Very heavy rainfall fell across portions of Acadiana Wednesday afternoon leading to a flash flood warning for a good part of Vermilion Parish through 6:30 pm where more than 6 inches of rain fell in spots.
Showers and storms continue to slide eastward across Acadiana south of a frontal boundary draped across Central Louisiana.
The morning weather the last several days has left a little to be desired, it’s been foggy and rainy; warm and muggy, and it looks
After another round of fog with temperatures in the lower 70s for Acadiana Wednesday morning, look for another warm and humid day with a pretty good chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms.
This isn’t the nicest week of weather, it’s warm, muggy, unsettled, and stagnant so there’s not even much change day to day. A front is
It will not feel much like November across Acadiana over the next few days, but that should change later this week.
The majority of this week won’t be much fun when it comes to the weather, with gray muggy days expected across the board. A foggy
The weekend will start off on a sunny and cool note for Acadiana, but it will likely finish a little more unsettled Sunday, with a pretty good chance of scattered showers and a few thunderstorms.
The clouds have cleared and the sun is shining to wrap up the work week, a nice change of pace from Thursday’s storms. Temperatures have
Per the Storm Prediction Center and local National Weather Service, the tentative count associated with the late Halloween storm system were of at least 173 wind damage reports in the region, and up to 19 tornadoes as of Thursday evening…fifteen of which were indicated in Louisiana.
After a stormy Halloween night into early Thursday morning, Acadiana will see the clouds clearing out, and then get to enjoy mostly sunny skies and seasonably cool fall temperatures over the next couple of days.
It was a busy start to Thursday morning with a fast moving front racing across Acadiana and dumping a lot of rain and lightning along
Update at 3:30 a.m. – Tornado watches for parts of Acadiana have been dropped. A tornado watch remains in effect for St. Martin, Iberia, and
The threat of severe storms will increase dramatically overnight for Acadiana as a cool front accompanied by robust wind dynamics aloft will move through the region with activity ending closer to daybreak Thursday.
November is the beginning of Louisiana’s severe weather season, and right on cue a strong front is expected to push through the area. This front
It will be a breezy, warm and humid Halloween for Acadiana along with a few passing showers and perhaps, a thunderstorm, from the midday hours into the early evening, but the more frightful weather will arrive later into Wednesday night.