All summer long it’s been tough to string together a few days of dry weather but over the past week we have managed to do just that.
The dry spell is now a thing of the past as we are going to see a quick return of the wet pattern starting on Wednesday and possibly continuing for the foreseeable future.
Our old frontal boundary that brought us a taste of lower humidity this past weekend is sitting over the northern Gulf and will slowly move back inland the next few days leading to an abundance of storms in our daily forecast.
Any storm activity over the coming days will peak during the heating of the afternoon with some heavy rainfall possible.
Between now and the weekend, a generic 1-3 inches of rain is expected across all of South Louisiana with isolated locations mainly near the coast seeing as much as 5 inches.