So far we have seen a few storms moving through Southwest Louisiana, but a line of showers and storms is approaching from the west for the afternoon. Temperatures have climbed into the lower 80′s thanks to a little bit of sunshine that has come out early this afternoon.
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You will want to make sure to grab the umbrella before heading out the door this morning. Temperatures in the 70s with high humidity will make for a muggy feel and scattered thunderstorms will get going shortly after the noon hour. Rain chances today are up to 40%.
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A warm and muggy afternoon once again as we have seen temperatures climb into the lower and middle 80′s. Winds continue to be out of the east and southeasterly direction, which is allowing plenty of moisture to return and providing the stickiness you feel as you are outside.