Tonight: Overcast and breezy with scattered showers. S 5-15 G20. Lo: 68.
A warm and somewhat humid air-mass has moved from the Gulf of Mexico into Acadiana with high dewpoints for this time of year and a southerly wind. That all changes tomorrow as a strong cold front moves through in the morning. The wind will shift from south to north quickly and the temperature will begin to drop as cold air advection sets up. The wind will pick up with gust of more than 30 mph as a Winter preview comes crashing in from the north. The sky will remain cloudy and the showers will lag behind the cold front. You can expect a cold, raw rainy day for tomorrow and the rain shuts off on Wednesday morning, but the high temps won’t make it out of the 50s. Clouds stick around for Thursday with a few showers late into the overnight and another very chilly day. Some moderation is expected on Friday with sun possible late in the day, but definitely a big improvement by the weekend with highs surging back into the 60s and 70s under full sunshine.