8/21 – Rob’s “Heavy Rainfall” Tuesday Morning Forecast

A frontal boundary is stuck in northern Louisiana, with isolated thunderstorm activity ahead of the boundary moving SE and dissipating. Coupled with daytime heating, showers/t-storms will move into and develop in the viewing area later this morning into this evening. Some of the activity could become strong with winds of 30 to 40 mph and small hail, along with the threat of heavy rainfall and flash flooding. The front will stall along the I10/12 corridor by this evening and should move south of the area early Wednesday morning. Thunderstorms will move south of the area by this evening bringing precip chances to near zero tonight through Thursday night.

Moisture will return again Friday bringing rain chances back and it will be a lot like what has been occurring lately by the weekend into early next week.

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