The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for southwest and south central Louisiana.
There is a slight chance of rain Friday, but it looks dry over the weekend. It will be warm during the day and pleasant at night.
The storms will move out of the area over the next few hours.
The heaviest rain will be late tomorrow and into Thursday.
Cameras caught an unusual site of three waterspouts next to each other, traversing Lake Pontchartrain around 12:15 p.m.
The warning has been issued until 6:15 p.m.
A line of thunderstorms has moved into western Louisiana bringing rain and fog.
It goes until 7pm for the western parishes of Acadiana and until 10 pm for the eastern parishes.
All of Acadiana is under a Flash Flood Watch until Wednesday morning.
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