It's been a very gray week in Acadiana, trapped in a warm muggy pattern as a front has stayed stalled just to our north.
Thursday that pattern will come to an end as the front finally gets kicked out of north Louisiana and dragged across southern parts of the state.
This has made for a very wet morning as showers have been widespread and steady through about lunch time when the rain will start to break up.
While the showers are breaking up the clouds will stick with us for the rest of the day, finally clearing up overnight into Friday morning.
Winds will be blowing out of the north around 15-20 mph with gusts higher than that, keeping the wind chill in the 30s.
Clear skies overnight will lead to lows in the 30s with a wind chill sitting in the 20s by Friday morning.
Sunny to wrap up the work week and start the weekend but that will come with cold temperatures.