Hot and humid.
The two words that can sum up close to 90 percent of summer in south Louisiana and is almost a complete and comprehensive outlook on what our weather will be for the next ten days.
Only being interrupted by an occasional shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon the heat and humidity will persist sending temperatures well above normal even for May.
Lafayette will likely see a record high fall Wednesday afternoon after a couple days coming a degree shy of record temperatures, we may break the record by lunch time.
This is a pretty monotonous pattern so don’t expect much change over the next several days.