Jul 19, 2014 6:19 PM by Daniel Phillips
It would be the understatement of the year to say the last few days have been just a little wet.
Although moisture content in the atmosphere will remain high Saturday night and Sunday it appears as if the wide spread showers will slowly come to a close.
Isolated rain chances will linger on Saturday overnight with scattered activity possible once again on Sunday.
A front that moved through before stalling in the gulf will try and lift north-wards again, which could act as a trigger for a few storms on Sunday.
Some of the models, however, are hinting that the greater moisture will stay to the east and the front will begin to wash out as it moves inland.
The way things have been going though it's safe to say the scattered showers will certainly be possible once again on Sunday, although coverage will be greatest south of the I-10 corridor.
Despite additional rainfall, it won't be widespread or long lasting enough to be much of a concern so flooding shouldn't be an issue the rest of the weekend.
Temperatures will be heating back up and with the moisture we have in place the heat index will start to crawl back up into the upper 90s range by the end of the weekend.
Tropical, summer conditions will return to Acadiana this week with your standard summer forecast in place for the next several days.