The forecast rolls along with little change on Wednesday as Acadiana continues its slow transition from winter to spring.
This transition though can be whiplash-inducing here in south Louisiana and we’ll whip from the warm, muggy spring conditions to a cold, windy more winter like one.
Wednesday will once again see the fog roll into the area and make for a less than ideal commute to work, although it shouldn’t linger as long or be as thick as it was on Tuesday.
Temperatures are going to be back in the upper 70s Wednesday afternoon feeling more like late spring than early February.
The warm-up is going to be aided by some patchy sunshine poking through the clouds late in the afternoon and the evening.
Clouds will then roll back into the area and the fog will lower again for early Thursday morning, which is going to be another very similar start to the day.
Changes in the forecast, however, will arrive Thursday evening in the form of a front sparking a round of showers.
The showers will be fairly mild and once they’re over the temperatures will quickly start to drop which will culminate in a cold, cloudy forecast on Friday.