Temperatures will remain on the mild side tonight and with winds turning more southeasterly that will set up the perfect conditions for dense sea fog to develop and move over Acadiana through the overnight hours.
Once the fog mixes out we will still have lots of low to mid level clouds linger but a few peeks of sunshine can not be ruled out Sunday afternoon with highs in the lower 70s.
As you are heading out to go watch the Big Game there could be the chance for a couple isolated showers sliding across Acadiana during the afternoon but they will be fairly light and won’t last long.
The spring-like pattern continues for much of next week with highs in the mid to upper 70s Monday through Thursday with overnight lows only dropping into the low to mid 60s.
With the warm temperatures comes a good bit of clouds each day but there will be times of sun peeking through the clouds along with the slight chance(20-30%) for a few isolated showers and maybe a rumble of thunder.
The best chance for widespread showers will be late Thursday into early Friday morning when our next cold front swings through Acadiana.
Cooler and breezy conditions will return behind the front as temperatures fall throughout Friday with most of the day in the lower 50s and winds out of the north at 10-18 mph adding an extra chill.
Saturday will be another cool days with highs in the upper 50s to near 60 with mostly cloudy skies.
Sunday looks to be a little better with temperatures in the mid to upper 60s and partly sunny skies.