Welcome to the weekend!
Lingering clouds this evening will give way to clear skies later on tonight as low temperatures drop into the lower 50s. Some upper 40s will be possible for our northern locations.
Light jackets will likely be needed out the door tomorrow morning.
Plenty of sunshine in store for Saturday as high temperatures comfortably settle into the mid 70s.
It'll be a bit milder heading into Sunday as high temperatures return to the lower 80s under partly cloudy skies.
A slight warming trend will take shape through next work week with high temperatures topping out in the mid 80s.
20-30% rain chances return for mid-week, buty no days in the 10-day forecast are looking like washouts.
Next significant front looks to arrive for late next weekend and into early next week.
In the tropics: We are watching two areas of interest out in the Atlantic basin.
The first is in the Caribbean Sea and has a 30% chance to develop in the next 5 days.
It will gradually move toward the islands and eventually close to Florida before heading out to sea.
The second area has a 60% chance to develop as it meanders in the open Atlantic and remains out to sea.
Both areas pose no threat to Acadiana.