After Acadiana was once again spared the brunt of a severe weather threat that was posed to the region earlier Friday, it’s nothing but smooth sailing weather-wise into the weekend, and for all of Festival International!
A Tornado WATCH has been issued for all of Acadiana through 3:00 pm as we continue to see storms move east across the region. Conditions
A Tornado WATCH has been issued for central Acadiana and while this is set to expire at 8:00 am, Thursday, storms will continue through the
The threat of severe weather has come to an end across Acadiana, right on schedule I might add, and we can now look ahead to
Still a tricky forecast to figure out what exactly Acadiana will see Thursday morning.
Models continue to flip back and forth with each new run this afternoon.
We’ve made it to another Festival Weekend and even with a round of active weather on the horizon it looks like the weather will more
Acadiana has another round of active weather on the way Thursday as a front pushes across the area from the west.
Tuesday saw our weather pattern starting to flip with the arrival of more clouds and a noticeable increase in humidity. Wednesday promises to be a
We will run the stretch of nice weather in Acadiana to 5 days on Wednesday although it will be rather cloudy with seasonable temperatures in the upper 70s to lower 80s.
We’re inching closer to the big Festival International, and starting to get a better idea about the forecast for all the festivities.
Acadiana’s next weather-maker will bring a good chance of rain and storms to the area by Thursday morning. In the near term, expect a general increase in cloudiness through Wednesday.
After a beautiful Easter weekend the nice weather will continue for the first half of the work week with partly cloudy skies and seasonable temperatures Monday afternoon.
Picture-perfect weather for Easter with bright blue sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 70s.
After some interesting weather across Acadiana Friday afternoon, a much nicer and quieter weather pattern is expected for this weekend.
Video Update: Some interesting weather this afternoon across Acadiana as we’re seeing (as expected) scattered showers & a few storms following the backside of the cold upper low pressure system that brought the strong storms to the area yesterday afternoon.
Don’t put away the umbrella just yet as we will still have the chance for a few passing showers today as some moisture gets wrapped around the upper level low as it pushes off to the east.
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.
A good part of Acadiana remains under a Tornado and Flash Flood Watch through 7:00pm, although we think the threats will diminish by then.
The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Tornado Watch for all of Acadiana until 7 PM as a line of strong to severe storms is
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
Strong to severe storms will be likely for Acadiana Thursday with prime-time for the strongest storms from west to east beginning from roughly during the mid-morning and ending by mid-late afternoon…give or take a few hours. Per the Storm Prediction Center (SPC), all of Acadiana is hatched in for an “Enhanced” risk (level 3 out of 5) of severe storms.
Wednesday Afternoon Video Briefing on the severe storm threat and timing for Acadiana tomorrow…highest chances of storms from 10am through 6 pm…
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.
The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) upped the threat of severe weather for much of Acadiana Thursday from “Slight” to an “Enhanced Risk”, a level 3 out of 5. Another strong storm system is heading this way, and just because we didn’t see much severe weather the last time we had and enhanced risk over the area Saturday, does NOT mean that we won’t see severe weather this time around!
It’ll be another quiet spring afternoon on Tuesday as we wait for the next round of severe weather to move in to Acadiana.
Acadiana can expect another mostly sunny and seasonably warm day for our Tuesday with gradual increase in high clouds, but overall pleasant temperatures & a nice breeze are expected through Wednesday before our next weather/storm-maker arrives Thursday.
Winds will start to die down tonight and with clear skies temperatures will cool off nicely setting up a chilly start to the work week with lows in the mid to upper 40s.
After a cloudy Saturday it is back to the sunshine on Sunday but it will be much cooler as temperatures will struggle to reach the upper 60s for highs.
As of 5pm Saturday most storms in the Acadiana region were behaving and staying well below severe levels…it’s been another story in the northern part of the state, where numerous severe thunderstorm and a few tornadoes warnings have been flying through this afternoon.