It’s safe to say the weather these last few days have been less than ideal, unfortunately though we are stuck in this pattern for at least another few days.
A frontal boundary has been draped over Acadiana for the last several days, and a train of showers are lining up between here and California.
What that means for us is that the clouds will stick around once again, and after lunch Wednesday another round of showers will come swinging through the area.
Showers likely won’t be severe with the cold air aloft hail will be the biggest thing to keep an eye on as the storms kick up once again.
Fog is going to be an issue late Wednesday and early Thursday morning with all the moisture hanging around there’s plenty of fuel for fog development.
This gray pattern will finally show signs of breaking on Friday when we may start to see a little patchy sunshine, and will get a few days of sun.
It won’t last that long, however, with a cold front returning bringing wind, rain and cold on Sunday evening.