The fall front has finally moved through, bringing drier air to Acadiana. Temperatures today will climb into the lower 80s with plenty of sunshine. A few clouds will pass through the sky in the afternoon. Pleasant temperatures will hang around overnight, with most of the area falling into the 60s once again.
Today: Partly Cloudy. Warm. High: 83°
Tonight: Pleasant. Calm and clear. Low: 64°
Wednesday: Hot and dry. High: 88°
Moisture returns to Acadiana by Wednesday, and temperatures will climb into the upper 80s in the afternoon. Rain chances return by Thursday where there is a chance some areas reach the 90 degree mark once again. By Friday, a much stronger front approaches Acadiana. The front looks to move through overnight, bringing a few showers and storms to the region. Some rain and cloud cover may linger into Saturday morning, but Saturday afternoon will see clearing skies and temperatures struggling to reach the mid 70s. Lows behind this front will be in the 50s. In the Atlantic, there are three areas being monitored. The first is an area of low pressure out in the middle Atlantic. It has a medium chance of development, but will stay over open waters. Another area of low pressure off the East Coast has a low chance of development as it moves to the north, but will stay out over the open waters. A disturbance near Miami is also being monitored for possible development, but it will likely get sheared apart as it is picked up by a dip in the jetstream and heads out to sea.
– Meteorologist Adam Olivier