Jun 17, 2014 5:05 AM by Dave Baker
The summer pattern is settling in across Acadiana with hot days and warm, muggy nights on tap for the rest of the week.
High pressure over the Carolinas will continue to shift to the southwest, suppressing the rain chances to about a 20% coverage for the next several days. A few spotty, pre dawn showers have popped up today and will linger through the sunrise period. Later this afternoon a couple of storm will develop with the daytime heating.
The low level flow at the surface will continue to keep moisture riding in off of the Gulf of Mexico keeping dew points high, and the comfort level rather low.
Tropical weather will remain quiet into the mid week.
Today, partly cloudy with an isolated shower or storm. A high near 91.
Tonight, warm and muggy with lows in the 70s.
Wednesday, sun and clouds mixed with a high near 92.
Thursday through Sunday, very warm with highs in the low 90s and minimal rain chances.