Feb 14, 2014 4:39 PM by Rob Perillo
The weekend will start off on a sunny, breezy and cool note for Acadiana following Friday evening's cool front. Temperatures will top out near 60.
Expect another cool one for Saturday night into Sunday morning with temperatures in the low-mid 40s accompanied by the possibility of some light fog.
Milder weather is anticipated for Sunday as a return flow initiates from the Gulf of Mexico bring partly cloudy skies and temperatures rising back into the upper 60s to near 70.
Although a frontal boundary will sag southward toward the area Monday/Tuesday it is expected to stall and then retreat north of the area early next week.
This feature combined with a southerly flow from the Gulf will likely keep plenty of clouds in the area along with temperatures that will continue to warm.
Daytime highs will likely be mostly in the mid-70s until the next front arrives late next weekend.
Overnight lows next week will draw closer to the upper 50s to lower 60s, and with a tropical draw of air traversing the cooler shelf waters along the Louisiana Coast there will likely be several opportunities for some thick sea fog developing for the late night/early morning hours just about each day through the week.
Scattered showers and storms will enter the forecast Friday with a good chance of some robust storms with the next front about midday through next weekend.