Posted: Nov 1, 2012 3:47 PM by Natalie Noah
Today a Pacific low pressure system will move on shore over the Pacific northwest and California. This will make its way into the central plains by Friday. Limited moisture content will result only isolated rain chances once this system reaches the Gulf south. Adding the chance for a few showers on Saturday (20% or less) and Sunday (30% or less) before the front kicks east of Acadiana by Monday. Temps slightly cooler by Monday and staying dry for the remainder of the work week.
In the meantime pleasant warm days and mild calm nights. Highs in the low 80s, lows in the low 60s. Some patchy fog could develop late overnight into early Friday morning. This could obscure visibility and be hazardous if you have to drive. Take caution and be careful.