Sunday night's Arctic cold front brought the chill of winter back to central Louisiana in a big way.
The daily high temperatures were recorded during the early morning hours with readings in the 40s down south and in the 30s at northern locations. Opelousas reported a high of 49 degrees early in the morning. During the evening, temperatures were already at freezing at some locations.
Scattered reports of snow came in to the KALB First Alert Storm Team with some folks roofs and autos whitened briefly. Another round of winter will invade central Louisiana Tuesday morning when freezing rain, freezing drizzle, and rain mix to produce between 0.10-0.25 inches of icing. Be careful if you must travel.