While Eta's track changes, impacts remain the same

Posted at 6:09 AM, Nov 10, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-10 10:04:01-05

It'll be a sticky day on Tuesday as we continue to see atmospheric moisture pile up, which will be translating into some extra cloud cover and possibly even a shower or two.

Temperatures are going to remain warm with highs getting into the mid 80s and the heat index running a little warmer than that, this despite there being a little more cloud cover on Tuesday.

While the chances will remain minimal a shower or two can not be ruled out although it'll be nuisance rain more than anything else.

Clouds will decrease through the day on Wednesday as slightly drier air makes its way into the area but the forecast will stay warm through the remainder of the work week and weekend.

There was a change in the track of Tropical Storm Eta on Monday which was much further west and pulled the cone of uncertainty once again into the state of Louisiana.

While the storm certainly still needs to be watched this push to the west would end up bringing the storm into a fairly hostile environment which would mean the storm will struggle to hold together.

Despite that track shift to the west the impacts for Acadiana hasn't changed much due to dry air and shear in the western Gulf of Mexico which will keep all the impacts to the east.

A front will move through on Saturday which will introduce much drier air to Acadiana and cooler temperatures through the majority of next week.

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