FIRST ALERT: Storm system bringing possibility of tornadoes, hail, damaging winds for Cenla
CENTRAL LOUISIANA (KALB) - Stay with News Channel 5 and the First Alert Storm Team as we keep you up to date on the latest severe weather threats.
WEATHER THREAT: Central Louisiana is under a 3/5 threat for numerous severe storms. All modes of severe weather are possible with large hail, flash flooding, damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes. A marginal to slight risk for excessive rainfall is in place, which poses a risk for flash flooding in low-lying areas. Rainfall amounts up to 1″ with higher amounts up to 3″. The severe weather potential ramps up a little after midday and continues throughout the evening.
Rain chances will increase Tuesday, along with the chance for severe weather. Scattered to widespread rain and thunderstorms are in the forecast, up to 70%. High temperatures 74-79°. Winds S 10-15, gusts up to 20 mph.
Tuesday night, we’ll continue to see possible widespread showers and storms (70%.) Low temperatures 48-53°. Winds S 10-15 mph.
THE NEXT FEW DAYS:
- WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy to sunny in the afternoon. Due to a cold front moving across Cenla afternoon temperatures fall to the low 50s. High temperatures 61-66°. Winds N 15-20 mph, gusts up to 25 mph.
- WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear. Cold. Low temperatures 31-36°. Winds NE 5-10 mph.
- THURSDAY: Mostly sunny. High temperatures 55-60°.
- FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy. High temperatures 65-70°.
- SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy with isolated to scattered showers possible (30%.) High temperatures 71-76°.
- SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy. Isolated shower (10%) is possible. High temperatures 72-77°. Winds S 10-15 mph.
- MONDAY: Mostly cloudy. Isolated shower (10%) is possible. High temperatures 75-80°.
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