Apr 21, 2014 5:26 PM by Rob Perillo
A weakening frontal boundary will likely bring more clouds and very slight rain chances to Acadiana Tuesday.
The front will cross the area by the midday hours marked by a gradual shift in winds to the west-northwest for the afternoon.
Best support for showers and storms will stay north of Acadiana but a stray shower or thunderstorm cannot be ruled out with rain chances in the vicinity of 20%.
There will be little impact from the front on our temperature regime with daytime highs expected to reach the lower 80s through Friday.
Expect a benign weather pattern into the weekend with a fair bit of late night/early morning cloudiness yielding to partly cloudy skies for the afternoons.
Rain chances will stay low through the weekend...near 10-20% mainly Friday through Sunday.
Breezy southerly winds will become more prominent into the weekend along with higher humidity and overnight lows.
Daytime highs will be pushing the mid-80s through early next before the next frontal boundary arrives, along with a good chance of storms, Monday/Monday night.