Severe storms swept through Lafayette, Louisiana, early on Sunday, April 2, causing roads to flood and hail to pound several neighborhoods.
The Advocate reported the the storms struck Lafayette at around 9 AM, with three to six inches of rain forecasted in the city, as well as in New Orleans and Baton Rouge.
Traffic was snarled after strong winds knocked out traffic lights. Cars were stranded in high water below a flooded underpass, according to KATC. Credit: Instagram/mz.d3t3rmin3d via Storyful