The much-anticipated cold front is moving through central Louisiana as I write this blog.
Morning lows were in the 60s, but many locations in the central and northern portions of central Louisiana are in the 50s as of this writing.
Afternoon highs mixed 60s with 70s. Marksville reported 74 degrees for the highest reading while Winnfield, Atlanta, and Williana hit 67.
It looks like the coverage of rain was near one hundred percent. In fact, significant amounts of rain fell across portions of Sabine, Natchitoches, Winn, and Grant Parishes. Nantachie Lake reported 2.62 inches for the highest total. Aloha measured 1.80 and Cloutierville saw 1.75.
The colder air will establish itself Saturday all across central Louisiana and another batch of rain will move through from the west.