***A significant severe threat is expected today!
Storms are expected to develop in parts of Acadiana by mid-morning as a line of strong storms work their way eastward out of Texas. Most of Acadiana north of I-10 is included in a moderate (level 4/5) risk for severe weather. Storms ahead of this line will have the greatest potential of producing tornadoes, including some strong tornadoes. The line will move through Acadiana beginning around lunchtime and carrying on through the early afternoon. Damaging wind gusts will be very likely with this line of storms. Hail and flooding will also be possible with these storms. Outside of the storm threat, winds will gust at times throughout the day close to 45 mph. A WIND ADVISORY is in place through this afternoon for the strong winds. Make sure to have a plan of action and a way to get warnings today!
Today: Severe storms. Heavy rain. High: 78.
Tonight: Clearing skies. Chilly and breezy. Low: 50.
Wednesday: Sunshine returns. Cooler. High: 68.
Through the rest of the week, drier and cooler weather returns to the area with temperatures in the 40s in the morning and afternoons in the 70s. Sunshine will be prevalent each day with some breezy winds during the afternoon.
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