Acadiana will be under the influence of deep tropical moisture and atmospheric instability leading to a good chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms this weekend, and through much of the week that follows.
Showers popping up through the entire weekend.
The chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms will be on the rise Friday into the weekend, with little change in the pattern anticipated for much of next week.
Mostly sunny skies on Thursday, but a change could be on the way.
The chances of scattered showers and thunderstorms will improve for the rest of the week and into the weekend, helping to take the edge off
Heat and humidity on tap again.
As an upper level high slides over the region the next couple days our weather will remain unseasonably hot and steamy.
Highs on Wednesday will top out in the mid 90s with heat indices pushing into the triple digits for most of the afternoon.
Despite being late September the heat index still sits in the triple digits.
Big summer heat and humidity will continue for Acadiana over the next several days, with the almost-ever-present chance of scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
Summer really wants to hang on for this last week of summer. Afternoon temperatures should easily climb into the low to mid 90s with heat
Big late summer heat will continue for Acadiana over the next several days, but there will still be the chance of some cooling afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
Summer will hang on this weekend, even though the first day of fall is just around the corner. Hot temperatures are expected to stick around,
Coincidental with the peak of hurricane season, there are no less than 5 systems that the National Hurricane Center (NHC) was tracking Thursday afternoon, including Hurricane Florence, tropical storms Isaac and Helene, Sub-Tropical Storm Joyce, and a disturbance in the Western Gulf of Mexico.
It’s been a decade since the Atlantic Basin last had four named storms at the same time, but 10 years after the 2008 season we
It’s been a heavy, moisture rich atmosphere this week and that doesn’t look to be breaking up any time soon, certainly not this week. A
While Acadiana can expect scattered, primarily afternoon tropical showers and thunderstorms over the next few days, fortunately there will be little or no direct impacts from a disturbance moving through the Gulf of Mexico.
A general overview of Hurricane Florence, including track and potential impacts.
A complete rundown of everything you need to know as we watch a disturbance move toward the Gulf of Mexico.
A moisture rich atmosphere will once again give way to scattered showers.
The Atlantic Basin remains very active through mid-September with three named storms of different strength. While Florence will garner the majority of the headlines those in the western Gulf should pay attention to an area of disturbed weather in the Caribbean.
It’s shaping up to be another soggy day across south Louisiana on Tuesday as showers spread from the coast northward.
Florence has become even stronger over the Atlantic Ocean.
The new work week has an old friend in the forecast, one that we are all familiar with in south Louisiana, humidity.
The tropics remain quite active in the Atlantic Basin with three systems all bucking to become hurricanes by the end of the weekend or early next week.
Acadiana will continue to experience the usual late summer weather pattern with partly sunny and hot conditions early in the day, followed by scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. All the while, the Atlantic tropics will stay quite active.
Scattered showers not going anywhere anytime soon.
After not seeing much as far as impacts from Gordon on Wednesday we will see the return of afternoon showers and storms today as what’s left of Gordon lifts up through Arkansas pulling Gulf moisture over Acadiana.
Rounds of wet weather on the way for the end of the week.
The Tuesday 1:00 pm advisory for Gordon
Tropical Storm Gordon has maintained its strength this morning. It’s still forecast to become a hurricane later today prior to landfall tonight. Gordon, as of