Showers expected late Tuesday night

Posted at 5:38 AM, Jan 28, 2020

Patchy fog continues to develop across Acadiana early Tuesday morning and while it's not blanketing there are some dense patches you'll have to contend with during the commute.

Once the fog lifts there will be a quick round of sunshine before the clouds start to stream back into the region through the late morning and early afternoon.

Clouds will keep temperatures sitting in the low to mid 60s, with a steady wind coming out of the south around 10 mph through the majority of the day.

A few spotty showers will be possible through the afternoon, particularly along the coast, but the bulk of the wet weather will hold off until the overnight hours.

Showers will creep into west Acadiana around 10:00 p.m. and swing through central Acadiana around midnight before pushing through the area before dawn on Wednesday.

Most residents won't have to commute through the storms and there's no severe weather or flooding expected with this front.

Clouds will stick around on Wednesday, and after a quick round of sun on Thursday, showers will return to wrap up the week.