Jan 18, 2013 5:10 PM by Daniel Phillips
Sunny skies will be dominating the forecast through at least the short term period as we head towards the weekend. Despite having some chillier mornings over the passed few days it seems even that will be changing this weekend as well.
That being said look for lows to once again reach down into the upper 30s Friday night and there may be some patchy fog developing as well with all the moisture left on the ground. After Friday night, however, the warm up begins.
Highs will be back around what we are used to seeing this time of year so Saturday and Sunday afternoon will have temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. A relatively quiet forecast for Acadiana although another cold front is expected to pass through at the begining of the work week.
Unlike this passed week this front will be moisture starved so the sun should be hanging around into Monday and Tuesday as well. In fact the biggest difference is going to be an increase in winds Sunday night, and temperatures on Monday will be cooler then what we will get this weekend.
Highs to start the work week will be in the upper 50s so close to a ten degree difference from what we will see this upcoming weekend.
Rivers and bayous of course will continue to slowly drain, but the flood warnings will remain active over the weekend as they are still all incredibly high.