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The Acadiana region experienced widespread flooding Friday, swamping homes and streets, but officials had their eyes on continued rain expected over the weekend that is pushing waterways to flood stages. 

The heavy rain began falling Thursday night and continued throughout the next day. Some areas saw almost a foot of precipitation by early Friday afternoon. Another four to eight inches, and possibly more in certain...

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Intense rainfall Tuesday closed some Lafayette area roads temporarily and prompted the National Weather Service to briefly issue a tornado warning for parts of Lafayette and Vermilion parishes. NWS meteorologist Joe Rua said 3.64 inches of rain fe…

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LAFAYETTE — Acadiana woke up to much more sunshine and far less ice Thursday as a thaw set in after more than two days of sleet and freezing temperatures that closed businesses, schools and government offices.

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Residents in south Louisiana still reeling from last week’s deluge received no respite over the weekend when another round of storms arrived Sunday with the National Weather Service saying the rain could last into the early part of the week.

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The drenching weather system that sat over Acadiana for three days flooded roads, pushed water into homes and spawned a tornado that ripped through Breaux Bridge early Thursday and damaged more than 30 homes and businesses along its path.

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LAWTELL (AP) — The St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office says a 34-year-old Opelousas woman was cited for obstructing a railroad crossing after she allegedly tried to beat a train and it hit her pickup truck.