Not much to say about the forecast other than it’s going to be hot and humid the next several days.
Like today we could see a fair amount of puffy cumulus clouds on Monday which might keep temperatures right at 90 but it will still feel like the mid to upper 90s so remember the sunscreen, hats and sunglasses if you are going to be attending any of the Memorial Day services.
Tuesday and Wednesday the sea breeze will pick up out of the south at 10-18 mph pushing a bit more moisture over the region and could squeeze out a few stray showers during the afternoon both days.
Thursday will start off dry and hot but by the afternoon a weak cold front will try to work towards the region which could provide enough lift to get a round of scattered showers and a few storms to develop over Acadiana.
The front will continue to inch closer to Acadiana leading to the chance for a few more scattered showers and storms Friday afternoon/evening.
If you are lucky enough to get a brief shower that will help to cool temperatures off for a couple hours but if your communities misses the rain highs will continue to be in the lower 90s.
And don’t expect any drop in the temperatures behind the front as summer sticks with us into next weekend with partly cloudy skies, temperatures in the low to mid 90s.