Gumbo weather weekend on demand for Louisiana

As you step out onto your back patio or porch this weekend, chances are you’ll hear the clinking of gumbo pots and the gentle sound of rain on the roof. It’s gonna be a cozy weekend on the bayou and for almost everyone in Louisiana, that means gumbo.

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Photo courtesy of Lance Leblanc Eat Lafayette

The Southern Louisiana staple is the perfect complement to what Mother Nature has in store for the entire state, beginning tonight and ending Sunday. It’s getting cold, it’s getting wet and the desire to snuggle up around a cauldron of hot, steaming chicken and sausage gumbo will be hard to deny.

While much of the state is Waking up to temperatures in the 40’s The sky is mostly clear. That gradually changes over the course of Friday morning until the afternoon. Showers and thunderstorms will creep into Louisiana from the west and southwest through Friday evening.

Louisiana Public Broadcasting via YouTube

Louisiana Public Broadcasting via YouTube

those present tonight’s Cody Johnson concert in Lafayette But after the show, I want a light jacket for the way back to the car Forecasters do not expect significant precipitation before midnight. So if you go to the house after the show, you’ll probably be fine.

Forecast models increase the risk of rain from 20% in the early evening to 50% after midnight. the Rain and thunderstorms are imminent will be in the area throughout Saturday and into Saturday night. Meanwhile, temperatures drop into the low 40s at night and only warm up to the low 50s during the day.

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Eric Witsoe via Unsplash.com

Rainfall levels will average between one and three inches statewide between today and Sunday. the GFS precipitation model suggests the Lafayette area could see just over an inch of rain, while Lake Charles could see almost an inch and a half.

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Rob Perillo/KATC.com

Also, don’t expect a big warm-up after this storm system left the area on Sunday. The temperatures remain seasonally cool for most of next week. However, the forecast does not envisage the readings falling below the freezing mark. The next major rain threat for the area will arrive on Tuesday.

And no matter what you’re cooking to keep warm this weekend, you’ll probably want to make it warmer by adding at least one of these to your recipe.

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