A large area of unseasonably warm moist air is about to meet an approaching cold front. The combination of heat and humidity along with upper air flow could create a severe weather event over much of Acadiana late Tuesday into early Wednesday morning.
A threat of storms late Tuesday should yield to beautiful weather for weekend parades throughout Acadiana. The warm temperatures of Sunday should stick around one more day and then things will begin to change.
No matter how many times you’ve been through a hurricane, the more prepared you are for the storm, the better off you will be during and after it happens, and the less panicked you’ll be when it makes landfall.
Severe Thunderstorm watches and warnings have been posted for a good portion of 97.3 The Dawg's listening area early this morning. The National Weather Service Radar from Lake Charles indicates the heaviest weather has yet to move through the heart of the region.
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