Rains have pushed off to the east and skies will gradually clear tonight allowing lows to dip into the low to mid 50s by Tuesday morning.
After the cool start it should be a nice fall day with lots of sunshine warming highs into the low to mid 70s.
The only thing about Tuesday is that with a steady north breeze at 8-13 mph that could add a little extra chill to the air.
Wednesday morning we could see our coolest temperatures this fall with lows dropping down into the mid to upper 40s. Brrr!
Good news is we will quickly warm up again with highs Wednesday afternoon topping out in the low to mid 70s.
Then Thursday morning will not be chilly with lows hovering in the upper 50s.
Clouds return to Acadiana Thursday afternoon in advance of our next system which looks to arrive early Friday morning producing scattered showers and storms on and off throughout much of the day on Friday.
Scattered showers linger into the first half of Saturday before a low pressure system and associated cold front swings out of Texas towards the Tennessee Valley clearing out the rain by the afternoon.
With this system coming out of Texas temperatures will not fall behind the front with highs warming into the mid 70s with mostly sunny skies on Sunday.
The nice weather should continue on Monday next week before a slug of moisture slides out of the Gulf and over the southeast increasing rain chances for next Tuesday and Wednesday.