We could start off with a few areas of patchy fog otherwise there will be peeks of sunshine to begin our Sunday.
Clouds will then start to slide over Acadiana during the afternoon but thanks to winds picking up out of the south at 10-18 mph that will push warm air over the region as highs climb into the lower 70s.
There is a slight chance for a stray shower late in the evening but better rain chances will hold off until Monday afternoon as our next system moves closer to the region but the main area of storms looks to stay to our north towards the I-20 corridor.
As that system moves out of the region on Tuesday we could get a few isolated showers throughout the day.
Then another system will swing into Acadiana Wednesday afternoon/evening bringing us our best chance for widespread showers and a few storms this week.
The good news is the latest rainfall forecasts have come down with most of Acadiana expected to get 1-2 inches of rain over the next 4 days with the higher rain totals staying to our north.
A stray shower behind the front could linger into Thursday morning otherwise it will just be cloudy and cool day with highs in the lower 60s.
Sunshine returns for Valentine's day but it will be cool again with temperatures in the lower 60s.
Looking ahead to next weekend clouds slide back over the Bayou state along with a few stray showers Saturday evening and on Sunday.