Posted: Nov 9, 2012 4:49 PM by Natalie Noah
Calm dry conditions prevail through tomorrow night as ridging remains across the eastern US. Ridging weakens as a cold front builds in from the west. This will be accompanied by showers and thunderstorm. First wave of activity could allow for some showers before the front approaches during Sunday afternoon. The main bulk of energy and lift will be associated with front. This will aid storms to form. The SPC (Storm Prediction Center) has Acadiana just less than a slight risk of severe conditions Sunday night/Monday morning. High wind gust, hail, and heavy downpours would be the main threats of the stronger storms.
On the bright side, sharply colder by Monday night into the middle part of next week. Highs on Tuesday and Wednesday ranging in the low to mid 60s while the low early Wednesday reaching the upper 30s! Rain coats on Monday and winter coats by Tuesday!