May 13, 2014 5:30 PM by Rob Perillo
A slow-moving cool front will keep scattered showers and storms in the forecast for Acadiana through midday Wednesday...but this system will be followed by a breath of fresh air.
Look for winds to shift out of the northwest Wednesday morning, but it shouldn't clear out right away, with lingering rain-showers likely to lag behind the front by several hours.
Skies will begin to clear from the west to east Wednesday afternoon with breezy northwest winds ushering drier and cooler conditions into Wednesday night.
Very pleasant weather is expected Thursday and Friday with lows in the lower 50s and highs in the mid-upper 70s under plenty of sunshine.
Mostly sunny skies are anticipated for Acadiana this weekend with a slow moderating temperature trend. Highs will be pushing back into the mid-80s by Sunday.
Much of next week looks dry with fair to partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will slowly warm into the mid-upper 80s while night-time lows moderate closer to 70 by Friday.
And along with the warmer temperatures next week, expect a gradual increase in humidity.