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Storms may arrive sooner than later…

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As of late Friday evening, the latest Predictive Radar (HRRR) Model has upped the timing for showers and storms arriving into Acadiana by daybreak Saturday.

Not only is the latest run a little sooner on the storms arriving, but also quicker with the storm departing.

As for rainfall totals, the latest model run stays in the general vicinity of up to 1-2″ possible across the area.

Although flooding should not be a major concern, the slight risk of severe weather is still a possibility with damaging winds the primary threat.

See previous article for full discussion, and details of the forecast beyond Saturday.

Latest Doppler Radar and Satellite Imagery:

Rob Perillo

Rob Perillo

Rob Perillo is the Chief Meteorologist for KATC-TV3's Acadiana's NewsChannel.  Rob has 30 years of experience in forecasting Acadiana's weather and has tracked hundreds of tropical storms and hurricanes during his career including major Louisiana storms such as Andrew, Lili, Katrina, Rita, Gustav and Ike.
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