Jun 12, 2014 5:12 AM by Dave Baker
After a nice dry day Wednesday, Thursday should be equally as nice, although the humidity levels will be creeping back up this afternoon. Southerly winds will continue to bring in the moisture off of the Gulf of Mexico, a normal pattern for this time of year.
A ripple of energy moving across Oklahoma will drift eastward today and northeastward tomorrow. Already numerous rains and storms are moving across the middle part of the country and will start heading southeast. Indications are these rains will hold together nicely and should arrive in Acadiana late tonight into early Friday. Some of those rains could be heavy at times.
By tomorrow afternoon, the rains should be heading eastward and drier conditions are expected for the weekend. Temperatures will remain hot with highs in the 90s and lows in the 70s. Tropics remain quiet this morning and we're not expecting any action over the weekend.