Acadiana finally seems to be crawling out of the frozen ice that we've been dealing with over the last several days, and in true Louisiana fashion, we are barreling towards 70 by Sunday.
This warm-up will be driven almost entirely by a change in the winds which will start to wrap around and make their way out of the south through the day on Friday.
Along with warmer air, the atmosphere will become considerably moister which will translate into some clouds and even the chance for a few light scattered showers during the weekend.
There isn't a reason to cancel any weekend plans but it may be worth just keeping an eye out for a quick pop up shower that can easily be waited out while it's actively raining.
A front is moving through late Sunday night and into Monday morning with heavy rain and a few storms, but not expecting much out of the ordinary or overly problematic.
While there will be a slight cool down behind this front it won't be anywhere near as dramatic as this last week has been and even on the clearest, coldest night, the temperatures will stay above freezing.