With clear skies it will be another cold night and morning with lows dipping into the upper 30s to lower 40s.
Areas of patchy frost will be possible for communities along and north of highway 190.
After the chilly start it will be a beautiful afternoon with mostly sunny skies and highs in the lower 70s.
Clouds will begin to slide over Acadiana late Sunday and continue to thicken on Monday ahead off our next cold front.
The front will swing through Acadiana Monday evening producing scattered light showers/drizzle behind the front which will will continue on and off into Tuesday morning.
As the front pushing farther out into the Gulf cold and breezy conditions will slide into the region creating a very chilly Tuesday with highs barely reaching the lower 40s but most of the day will feel like the low to mid 30s as winds will be howling out out of the north at 10-20 with gusts up to 30 mph.
Then with skies clearing Tuesday night lows Wednesday morning are forecast to drop into the mid to upper 20s, creating our first freeze of the season.
Under mostly sunny skies Wednesday afternoon temperatures will warm up a little bit topping out in the mid to upper 40s, but that is still 20° below normal for middle November.
Temperatures will continue to slowly warm up to end out the week along with the slight chance for a few scattered showers as a wave of moisture develops in the western Gulf and tries to slide over south Louisiana Thursday into Friday.