It's a soggy day again here in south Louisiana as we continue to deal with a stubborn front which sparked showers to start the week.
That front continues to keep showers in the forecast through the day on Tuesday, they will be broken up and sporadic, but it'll still be a pretty wet day.
There will be just enough sun to get temperatures to warm into the mid 80s through the afternoon, but clouds will keep it from getting much warmer.
A round of more intense rainfall will push through late Tuesday and continue into early Wednesday morning, before the front finally clears the area.
It'll take a little longer for the clouds to clear out although by Wednesday night it'll be much clearer out and temperatures will be allowed to drop.
A quick couple days of nice fall weather before a surge in tropical moisture will arrive sparking showers for the weekend.
Saturday's showers could be the result of possible development in the Bay of Campeche over the next several days, so pay attention to that part of the Gulf.
Regardless a front will move through late in the weekend which will prevent any kind of system from stalling and reestablish fall weather.