Another round of rain, potentially severe storms tonight


Temperatures made it into the 60s in most locations this afternoon. Highs Wednesday look to reach the low 80°s.

Thunderstorms are also possible going into the week with potential strong storms on Wednesday (Feb. 28). Tonight heavy rain is expected with storms and a low around 50 degrees.

The weather bulletin issued from the National Weather Forecasting Centre in Nadi at 10:45am this morning says associated cloud and showers affects the northern and eastern parts of the group.

SUNDAY: Early morning showers and storms ending.

We will continue to monitor the forecast on this developing storm in the days ahead and keep you updated!

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Widespread scattered showers for Acadiana will be possible from 4AM-11AM with a few strong thunderstorms mixed in as well, especially between 7AM-11AM. This will open the door for a cold front sitting to our west to move closer to us, and bring us some rain chances. It will be windy at times with gusts around 25 miles per hour. Rain chances remain low, at about 30%.

Tuesday will be sunny with a high of 55 and a low of 36.

Severe Weather Team 2 said to expect rain through Sunday evening from Atlanta northward.

The active pattern unfortunately continues for the Commonwealth through the weekend as we track another strong system. "Rain totals over the last week have been around 4 to 6" across the Ozarks.