It's a quiet forecast across Acadiana this week as we sit in a very stagnant weather pattern, unfortunately though it's a damp, gloomy pattern across south Louisiana.
A stalled warm front sits just to our north which is keeping the door open for an influx of warm, moist air coming in from the Gulf of Mexico.
This marine air is making for a gloomy stretch of days with mostly cloudy skies for the next few mornings, and foggy conditions for the early morning commutes.
Temperatures will be sitting in the mid 70s in the afternoons and lows will be down in the mid 60s, so running well above normal for mid January.
The break will finally arrive on Saturday when that front finally drops south and ushers in some cooler, more seasonal temperatures.