Apr 16, 2014 6:27 PM by Rob Perillo
Acadiana will enjoy warmer temperatures into the Easter weekend period, but the weather will not be quite settled.
Clouds will return Thursday courtesy or persistent east to southeast surface winds while aloft a series of disturbances push toward the region.
These disturbances could spark off one or two isolated showers Thursday afternoon, with a stronger system arriving Thursday night into early Friday with a slightly better chance of scattered showers and perhaps a few isolated thunderstorms...no severe weather is anticipated.
Drier weather should move in for the first part of the weekend allowing for mostly sunny and very pleasant conditions Saturday.
Conditions aloft will be more conducive to additional cloud cover Easter Sunday but it should still be rather nice.
An isolated shower or two could develop Sunday afternoon with scattered showers possible Monday into Tuesday.
Temperature-wise look for highs in the lower 70s Thursday, mid-upper 70s Friday and in the upper 70s to lower 80s this weekend.
Daytime highs will likely be in the 8-85 degree range through much of next week...so remember the chilly/frosty temperatures we experienced Wednesday morning!