Posted: Sep 25, 2012 4:28 PM by Rob Perillo
Acadiana's late summer pattern is expected to continue through Friday but changes are on tap for the weekend as a broad area of low pressure develops across the region.
The details and timing of this weekend's weather system still remain rather murky but a rather unstable area of weather will likely hook-up with remnant moisture from Hurricane Miriam in the Pacific later this week.
This in turn will bring increasing rain chances to Acadiana with highest probabilities of precipitation based on Tuesday's models coming to the area Saturday night into Sunday.
Decidedly cooler weather will likely follow this system early next week. Daytime highs will cool into the lower 80s next week while lows could drop into the upper 50s...stay tuned!
In the near term, expect fair to partly cloudy skies with warm and humid afternoon conditions. Highs will stay in the upper 80s to near 90 through Friday while overnight lows reside in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Patchy late night/early morning fog will continue to possible for Wednesday, Thursday and perhaps Friday morning.
Long Range European Model solution for Sunday: