Keep the umbrella handy for one more day as a cool front will be diving south through Acadiana on Tuesday sparking off another round of scattered showers and storms.
Like the past several days a few showers/storms could produce heavy downpours dropping a quick inch of rain but they should move out of the area in about an hour allowing the water to drain so flooding should not be a concern.
Behind this cool front we will get a nice break from the summertime heat and humidity.
Lows Wednesday morning look to fall down into the mid to upper 60s.
Wednesday afternoon will be absolutely perfect with bright, sunny skies, highs in the mid 80s and pleasant humidity levels.
Thursday morning will be the coolest this week with lows in the low to mid 60s, meaning you will be able to give the AC a break and open the windows to let some fresh air inside.
Thursday will be another banner day with lots of sunshine, highs in the mid to upper 80s and low humidity.
Friday even looks to be a nice day for the most part, although temperatures will be a tad warmer topping out in the upper 80s to near 90 with partly cloudy skies.
Friday afternoon/evening a stationary front will develop along the Gulf coast which could spark off a few showers for areas south of I-10.
Unfortunately by the weekend it is back to the typical summer time weather with highs in the upper 80s but feel like temperatures pushing the upper 90s to near triple digits.
Also, with the increased humidity for the weekend that will lead to a 30-40% chance for a few scattered showers and storms to pop up during the afternoon.