Wednesday, April 3
There is an LPS (Low Pressure System) that is moving along the gulf coast and toward the Atlantic Coast. This system is bringing high rain chances to affected areas of the SE U.S. to include Central Louisiana.
A developing system off the Texas coast will move into the GoM (Gulf of Mexico) to the south of Louisiana's coast, today. Shower activity and a few thunderstorms will keep rain chances on the board through the rest of the afternoon and into the evening. Overnight, another wave of rain activity will move through the area. Expect a lot of showers with a few thunderstorms possible. This system will bring continued rainfall to our area as it moves out of Central Louisiana later Thursday. Then, expect gradual clearing across the area.
For the rest of the day,
Expect cloudy skies, today with rain chances on the board and increasing overnight. Temperatures will only climb into the lower 60-s for some and winds will remain moderate and variable.
For the rest of the 7day planner
Thursday, another round of showers and a few thunderstorms, followed by tapering rain chances late. Expect clearing skies on Friday, becoming sunny with a warming trend and some cloud cover expected through the weekend. Rain chances will go back up Tues. and Wed of next week.
TODAY...Overcast with continued rain chances that will start tapering off late this morning. Highs will be in the 60-s. NE wind 10-22 mph. Rain Chances 100%
WEDNESDAY NIGHT...Overcast and chilly with off/on rain
(60%). Lows 45-52. North wind 6-14 mph.
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