Beautiful fall weather is on tap for Acadiana Friday into the weekend, with another front Sunday insuring the pattern continues well into next week.
Clear and cool conditions under a 95% full Hunter's (and blue) moon are expected overnight...the moon will be officially 100% full Halloween...for the 1st time since 1944!
Lows by morning will again drop into the mid-upper 40s area wide.
Look for more wall to wall sunshine Friday with highs a few degrees warmer than Thursday, in the mid-upper 60s.
This weekend will have more sunshine with highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s Saturday and Sunday while overnight/morning lows range from the mid-40s Saturday to lower 50s Sunday morning.
Another healthy (and dry) front will push through the Acadiana area Sunday bringing our temperatures down another notch into early next week.
In fact, temperatures may get near and just above the frost zone...in the lower 40s by next Tuesday morning...which could mean upper 30s for the northern-most Acadiana parishes.
Milder readings and fair skies are anticipated for the latter part of next week and likely continuing into next weekend.
See the KATC 10 Day Forecast for the latest.
Meanwhile, in the wake of Hurricane Zeta, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) is keeping an eye on a disturbance in the Eastern Caribbean.
The NHC does gives this system an opportunity to develop later this weekend or early next week as it approaches the western or southwestern Caribbean.
Although the Caribbean may still generate more potential tropical systems over the next few weeks, they should stay bottled-up there, and either move toward Central America or out northeastward toward the Atlantic.
We can say for sure, there shouldn't be any Gulf of Mexico threats through the next 10 days.
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