The fog is laying in thick across Acadiana early Thursday morning making for a slower, trickier commute requiring a little more time to get from point A to point B.
Visibility should slowly improve through mid-morning but the clouds will continue giving way at times to patches of light showers through the afternoon and the evening.
Heavier showers will be on the way with a cold front that will move through late Thursday night/early Friday morning and a rumble of thunder or two will also be possible on the edge of the front.
Out ahead of the front temperatures will be running well above normal with highs in the upper 70s Thursday afternoon, but a burst of much cooler air will rush in and we'll struggle to get out of the mid 50s Friday afternoon.
Winds will pick up to end the work week with blustery winds pushing in from the north around 15-20 mph through the day.
Weekend is looking clear with cool, crisp, and clear conditions but another front early next week could send us down below freezing for the first time this season.