Tonight: Clouds decreasing. Patchy fog developing. Cool. Lo: 50.
Tomorrow: Morning fog giving way to sunny and mild conditions. Hi: 70.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, warm and dry. Hi: 77.
A weak front will move through overnight with no precipitation. There will be clouds generally on the decrease tonight, but patchy fog will develop after midnight. You can expect a sunny and warm day tomorrow once the fog burns off and the ground warms due to plenty of sunshine. Sunday will be even warmer with a southerly breeze and temps making a run for 80 degrees. The next rain-maker arrives on Monday with a very strong cold front. Showers and thunderstorms are expected during the day with a few severe t-storms possible. The greatest threat is to our north for severe weather. Much colder air moves into Acadiana on Tuesday through midweek as we will only reach 50s for highs and lows will be in the 30s. Things do warm-up as we get into next weekend though.