Clouds started streaming into Acadiana early Tuesday morning and will act as a harbinger of things to come this week. Tuesday we’ll get a steady
Per usual in January, Acadiana will continue to experience up and down temperatures and rain chances this week with another strong cool front arriving Wednesday morning.
A cold start to a week that will have temperatures up and down so buckle up we’ve got a bit of a roller coaster to
A well advertised front is moving across Acadiana with heavy showers and gusty winds creeping across the region early Saturday morning. As the front passes
Acadiana will experience some wild weather swings this weekend with a round of strong storms and spring-like temperatures early Saturday with temperatures plummeting to near freezing accompanied by wind chills in the low-mid 20s just 24 hours later Sunday morning!
There’s a big-time change coming this weekend for Acadiana with a well-advertised front moving across Acadiana.
Per nearly all our computer model guidance, areas of dense fog will likely form across Acadiana overnight through Friday morning with visibility in spots dropping to near zero by daybreak.
The forecast this weekend is taking a turn for the worst and you can find more details on that here, in the meantime we’ve got
The west coast has been hammered by a storm system that has officially started its move to the east, crossing the Rockies on Thursdays before
Acadiana will see a return of more spring-like temperatures through the end of the week with a few passing showers overnight through midday Thursday.
There’s not much change in Wednesday’s forecast as we continue to see the skies seesaw between clouds and sunshine. Clouds will be the dominant feature
It’s a quiet forecast yet again on Tuesday as we sit in between last weekend’s cold front and the one that is expected to move through this Saturday.
After a chilly, possibly frosty start for Acadiana Tuesday, a return of mostly sunny skies will help readings get into the more comfortable mid-50s for the afternoon.
We’ve made it to a new week and the forecast looks to stay quiet the next few days, albeit a little on the chilly side.
After several sunny and seasonably cool days for Acadiana this week, the weekend promises changes in the weather pattern with plenty of clouds, some showers and a few storms, and a healthy temperature spread from Saturday to Sunday.
The forecast will keep quiet for one more day as we wrap up the work week and look toward the weekend here in south Louisiana.
Acadiana stayed on a nice seasonable winter roll Thursday as temperatures reached the upper 50s to 60 degrees in a few spots under mostly sunny skies. More of the same is expected to tomorrow, but there will probably be more high clouds mixing with the sun from time to time.
It feels a little more like January outside than it did earlier this week, and a cold start will lead to a chilly afternoon across Acadiana.
Cooler, more seasonable temperatures have returned to Acadiana following Tuesday evening’s cool front with a little bit of a winter chill in the forecast over the next couple of days and nights.
It’s a very quiet forecast coming up across Acadiana with sunny skies dominating the forecast for the next few days.
A cool front sweeping across Acadiana overnight Tuesday will engender breezy and cooler conditions for our Wednesday.
A pretty cloudy start to your Tuesday with the aftermath of a weak front that moved through in the early morning hours of Tuesday. Not
It’s the start of a new work week here in Acadiana, and following a stunning weekend forecast, we’ll start to see a slow change.
After a gloomy period going back to Christmas, much of Acadiana got to see sunshine Friday, and there’s plenty more on the way for a good part of the weekend.
It’s finally stopped raining! And while it may be chilly, the sun will remain with us through the weekend with slowly warming temperatures.
In the wake of soaking rains of 2-5″ across most of Acadiana, drier air will begin to spill into the region through Friday.
Acadiana’s soaking rains will gradually draw to an end from west to east later Thursday evening.
It’s another wet and dreary forecast on tap for Acadiana on Thursday with a slow-moving front keeping the rain going for another day.
Despite rainy summer, and a cold start to the year, 2018 makes top 10 warmest years on record in Lafayette
Lafayette’s 2018 temperatures reached the top ten warmest on record going back to 1893. This was despite rainy summer, and a cold start to the year.
A Flood Watch is in effect for all of Acadiana through Thursday afternoon as several waves of atmospheric energy embedded in the sub-tropical jet stream will produce periods of rain, which could become heavy at times into Thursday.