Another chilly start to the day will turn into warmer temperatures later this afternoon. Most areas should top 70 degrees. Clouds will stream across the sky through the day so that by this evening it will be mostly cloudy. Showers begin to develop after midnight and temperatures will hold in the upper 50s. Rain showers and possibly a rumble of thunder will be possible through Noon on Friday.
Today: Partly cloudy. Mild. High: 71°
Tonight: Mostly cloudy becoming overcast. Showers develop late. A rumble of thunder is possible. Low: 58°
Friday: Morning showers. Cloudy early before turning partly cloudy late. Warm. High: 76°
Friday, showers will be possible through Noon before drier air moves in and breaks up the cloud cover. Cooler temperatures arrive in the evening, but not before we reach the mid 70s for highs. Temperatures fall into the lower 50s Friday night, but a few clouds will stick around. Saturday will see cooler temperatures with upper 60s showing up in the afternoon with sun and clouds. After a chilly start Sunday, temperatures will reach the 70s. Southerly winds bring in more moisture and warmer temperatures for Monday afternoon and showers and storms will pop up in the afternoon. A cold front will push through Tuesday. Models differ on when the front moves through with some bringing it through in the morning and others in the afternoon. Generally, cooler temperatures will move in for Tuesday afternoon with lingering showers. Behind this front, cold temperatures return to Acadiana with 30s north of I-10 and low 40s south of the interstate.
– Meteorologist Adam Olivier