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Today is the beginning of unstable weather

A period of unsettled weather begins Wednesday as a front slowly invades Louisiana.

Clouds will be dense throughout the day and winds will be breezy, blowing from the south at around 10-15 miles per hour.

Showers will be sporadic in the afternoon and will mainly occur in the northern half of Acadiana.

Despite cloud cover, temperatures are expected to remain warm, with Wednesday afternoon highs dipping back into the mid and high 80s.

The front will drop further south on Thursday, meaning an increase in the chance of showers into the evening, although rain will remain fairly scattered.

Heavier showers are expected Friday morning and will start a period of showers that will continue well into the weekend, with Saturday looking to be quite wet.

Flooding doesn’t appear to be a major concern as rainfall is expected to be around 2 to 4 inches spread over a multi-day period and the momentum for severe weather will not be there.

Clouds remain on Easter Sunday but the showers subside and the sun then returns by next week.

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