It’s another foggy morning across Acadiana. A Dense Fog Advisory will remain in effect through mid-morning. We finally see the fog lift and some sunshine towards Noon. Today will be very similar to yesterday, with temperatures climbing quickly once the sun peaks from behind the clouds. Though we will see highs in the upper 70s and be near record territory, we won’t reach the record of 82° for this date. An isolated thunderstorm is possible with daytime heating later in the day, but rain chances will remain minimal. Fog will once again redevelop overnight and a dense fog advisory will more than likely be needed. Lows will only reach the mid 60s tonight.
Today: Mostly cloudy morning, sunny peaks in the afternoon. Warm and breezy. An isolated storm is possible in the afternoon. High: 78°
Tonight: Fog develops overnight. Mild and muggy. Low: 65°
Thursday: Foggy morning, then mostly cloudy afternoon. A few showers are possible. High: 75°
We’ll start to see some change in our weather pattern by Thursday afternoon. A cold front will push into the area late in the day. Ahead of it, showers will be possible. Behind it, we’ll see northerly winds and a drier wind flow. The front won’t clear the cloud cover out, but it will bring in cooler air and help to mix out the atmosphere. This should limit our fog potential Friday and Saturday morning. Temperatures will be cooler on Friday morning, in the 50s, and stay cooler in the afternoon, with highs in the upper 60s. Return flow off the Gulf will bring moisture back for Saturday afternoon and temperatures will reach the mid 70s. Spotty storms will be possible ahead of our next front. This cold front will bring in much colder temperatures for next week. Highs Monday and Tuesday will struggle to reach 50° and we could see a freeze down to the coast Tuesday morning.
– Meteorologist Adam Olivier