Posted: Oct 24, 2012 4:54 PM by Natalie Noah
High pressure over the eastern US continues to keep us rain free...at least through Thursday. Warm days and mild nights until a strong cold front sags southward on Friday. In the meantime expect another round of late night/early morning fog that may be dense in some areas. Not much change from what we have seen weather wise today for tomorrow.
Isolated to a few scattered showers possible along the cold front on Friday lingering into early Saturday. However most shower activity will be well north of Acadiana. Keeping rain chances to a minimum...30% or less. A much drier and much cooler airmass will take place behind the front allowing temperatures to fall below normal early Sunday through at least the middle part of next week. Highs on Sunday will barely reach 70F while our lows will dip in the low 40s. Gear up for the cool temps! Enjoy!