SYNOPSIS...A disturbance in our region is bringing rain and some thunderstorms to areas. Rain chances will be greater in northwestern Louisiana Sunday night and then spread across our region by early Monday morning before decreasing again overnight. Then a cold front will move through our area Wednesday providing a potential for severe weather.
TONIGHT...Clouds will continue to increase overnight with windy conditions. Rain chances will continue to increase throughout tonight and into early tomorrow morning. Lows 57-61 with SE winds 4-12.
MONDAY...Rain and thunderstorm coverage increases throughout the morning and afternoon remaining fairly scattered across CenLa before decrease in the evening. Highs 74-78 with S winds 6-14mph.
MONDAY NIGHT...Rain chances become more isolated with cloudy skies continuing overnight. Lows 65-69 with S winds 3-9mph.
TUESDAY...A mix of clouds and sun will lead to partly sunny skies with isolated light rain remaining around our area. Only about 3 in 10 people will see rain around central Louisiana. Highs 80-84 with S winds 6-14mph.
-Meteorologist Adam Burniston