Current Alerts

Severe thunderstorm watch in effect until midnight
Flood watch in effect until 10 PM. Some areas could see multiple rounds of heavy rainfall that could lead to flash flooding.

A cold front from the west will move eastward towards Southeastern Louisiana with an area of scattered showers and storms ahead of it. Isolated to scattered storms could be on the strong to severe side as the front pushed east.

Tuesday, all of Southeast Louisiana is under a slight risk (2/5).

Timing: Showers and storms will continue to develop through the evening. The front will slowly move through allowing for scattered storms to persist into the afternoon and evening. The front and rain will begin to clear during the night.

Threats: The main threat will be strong thunderstorms with possible tornadoes. Damaging wind gusts and large hail are also possibilities along with heavy rainfall which could pose a risk with totals between 1-3″ and locally higher amounts. There is a slight (2/4) for excessive rainfall on Tuesday. The threat will move eastward throughout the day on Tuesday.

How to Prepare

Be sure to multiple ways to receive weather alerts and stay tuned to updated forecasts during the day. Severe storms are possible overnight, so make sure your phone is unmuted, charged, and turned on for WEA notifications.

Have a plan and a safe place to go to if a warning is issued for your location. Find a lower-level, interior room away from windows. Secure outdoor furniture and decor beforehand.

You can always check out the Interactive Radar here.

For the latest forecast information, check out our weather page!

Remember that you can download our weather app. It’s available to download now in the App Store and Google Play. Just search for “BR Proud Weather”.

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