SW La. under slight risk for severe weather overnight
Published 3:53 pm Monday, October 24, 2022
Southwest Louisiana is under a slight risk of severe weather Tuesday morning as a cold frontal passage makes it way through the area.
The National Weather Service’s Lake Charles office said their main concern is damaging wind gusts — but there is an isolated risk of hail and tornadoes, as well.
Heavy rain is expected and flooding in low-lying areas is also possible.
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Rain showers are expected to begin before 7 a.m., increasing in coverage and intensity throughout the rest of the morning.
The day is expected to be mostly cloudy until mid-morning, then gradually clearing with a high near 74.
Clear skies are expected Tuesday night with a low temperature around 50 degrees. Wednesday’s highs are expected at 75.