Showers return to start week; temperatures stay seasonably cool

Posted at 4:27 PM, Jan 23, 2022

Chilly, but not as cold tonight as clouds move in late.

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Overnight lows

We'll see temperatures dropping into the 30s.

A light freeze possible across northern portions of Acadiana.

Readings will settle into the mid-50s for a high Monday under mostly cloudy skies.

Showers become likely Monday afternoon/night as a surface low tracks across the northern Gulf.

HRRR model

A decent soaking of an 1" or so possible (higher amounts closer to coast).

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Rain estimates

Showers may linger into early Tuesday morning, but the majority of the day remains dry.

A zonal flow aloft will yield to nice and comfortable conditions Wednesday and Thursday.

A light freeze will be possible Wednesday night/Thursday morning.

A digging trough across the eastern US will usher in more cold weather for the start of the weekend.

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We could be talking lows back in the 20s come Saturday morning.

Overall, the pattern will remain below normal through the upcoming weekend.

Have a great week!

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