Dense fog will be the story tonight as it should start developing later on this evening before really thickening up by daybreak with visibility dropping below a half mile.
Thanks to the fog and low clouds temperatures should stay on the mild side as lows will only dip into the upper 50s.
Here is a look at the latest hour by hour temperatures.
Tuesday morning a weak cool front will also be sliding down over Acadiana which could squeeze out a misty drizzle for a few communities but most stay dry.
Once the fog mixes out it will be another warm day with highs in the lower 70s.
A second, stronger cold front will then sweep through Acadiana during the afternoon clearing out the clouds allowing for a few peeks of sun, settling up some beautiful sunsets.
Behind this front cooler, more winter-like air will be moving into Acadiana for Wednesday as highs will struggle to reach the upper 50s even with mostly sunny skies.
Also on Wednesday winds will be breezy out of the north at 10-15 mph adding an extra chill to the air.
The coldest temperatures will be Thursday morning when lows dip into the mid to upper 30s.
Clouds return Thursday afternoon holding highs on the cool side in the mid 50s.
Friday we could have a few isolated showers push into Acadiana during the evening out ahead of our next system but most of the day will be cloudy with highs a couple degrees warmer topping out near 60.
Widespread scattered showers will slide over Acadiana on Saturday as our next low pressure/cold front swings through the region.
Right now these showers look to be on the lighter side with rainfall amounts between a quarter to a half inch.
Skies clear out Sunday but another shot of cooler air moves over Acadiana as highs will only be in the mid 50s with lows dropping into the mid 30s by Monday morning.