Another day, another foggy start across Acadiana. The dense fog will mix out by mid-morning, but clouds will stick around through the day. By Noon, temperatures will climb into the mid 70s and showers will be moving through the area, with a few strikes of lightning possible. This is along a weak cold front that will shift the muggy southerly winds around to the north. Behind the front, slightly drier air will settle into the region. Temperatures will fall quicker through the evening. even with cloudy skies. Lows will finally get below 60 tomorrow morning, with most areas seeing mid-50s to start their Friday off.
Today: Warm. Showers likely around Noon. Lightning is possible. High: 75°
Tonight: Slightly drier. Cloudy. Low: 57°
Friday: Mostly cloudy. A stray shower is possible in the afternoon. High: 69°
After the cooler weather on Friday morning, winds shift out of the south in the afternoon, bringing in Gulf moisture. Winds will increase out of the south overnight and temperatures will hold in the 60s. Saturday will see more warm temperatures in the upper 70s with showers and storms developing in the afternoon ahead of a stronger front. This front will move through in the evening and bring much colder temperatures for Sunday. Highs Sunday will struggle to reach the mid 50s. A secondary push of cold air arrives Sunday night. This will bring 30s for lows Monday morning and clear the sky of clouds. Highs Monday will struggle to break 50. A light freeze is looking more likely all the way down to the coast for Tuesday morning and we’ll see temperatures struggle to reach 50 once again Tuesday afternoon with full on sunshine. This cold spell does look to be short-lived as southerly winds return Wednesday afternoon, bumping temperatures to the upper 50s and setting the stage for much warmer weather on Thursday.