A major change in fortune from the dreary, wet weekend in south Louisiana with the sun making a much-appreciated return to Acadiana for the start of the work week.
Even with clear skies temperatures will remain cool as colder air rushes into the region with winds coming in from the north, and remaining breezy through the majority of the day.
So while the thermometer will read the low 60s it will feel slightly colder outside and if you're in the wind and the shade it may actually be quite chilly outside during the afternoon.
Winds will relax once the sun sets and that combined with the clearing skies will result in a cold night across Acadiana, and while temperatures will stay above freezing lows will get down into the 30s.
The rest of the week will be just as quiet with a chilly day on Tuesday but plenty of sunshine for the first half of the week.
The Department of Interior will offer 77.3 million acres offshore Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida for oil and gas exploration and development, according to Deputy Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt.
The St. Martin Parish Animal Services will be waiving its adoption fees Saturday, February 17 and Sunday, February 18 in hopes to find homes for the animals in their care.
UPDATE: Two people are injured following two separate shootings this evening in New Iberia, marking seven shootings alone in the city in 2018.
The driver of a pick-up truck is injured following a collision with a Greyhound bus at the intersection of U.S. 90 and LA 85 in Iberia Parish this morning, troopers say.