Posted: Nov 6, 2012 4:07 PM by Rob Perillo
Updated: Nov 6, 2012 4:15 PM
While the East Coast braces for a Nor'easter over the next couple of days, Acadiana will continue to enjoy a sedate and cool weather pattern.
Lots of sunshine will be in the forecast for the next several days with mild afternoons punctuated by crisp nights. Look for highs close to 70 and lows in the mid-40s through Friday morning.
Temperatures will begin to moderate with a return flow from the Gulf Friday afternoon. Skies will become partly cloudy for this weekend.
Highs Saturday and Sunday will be closer to 80.
Our next frontal system looks to arrive by early Monday engender what looks to be a fairly good chance of showers and storms. It could become sharply cooler for a couple of days mid-next week.
The long-range pattern appears to be getting more active/energetic around the weekend of the 17th/18th of November with more volitile storms possible.
Enhanced Satellite Tuesday afternoon: