A cool front will bring Acadiana's temperatures back to a January reality over the next few days, but the chill won't last into the weekend.
Expect scattered showers Tuesday evening gradually tapering overnight and prior to daybreak Wednesday.
It will become breezy and cooler behind the front within several hours of sunrise Wednesday with lows dropping into the upper 50s.
After some lingering morning clouds, look for sunshine to finally return to the area Wednesday afternoon..
Temperatures will top out in the mid-60s Wednesday but will likely fall sharply into Wednesday night.
Gusty N/NW winds near 15-25 mph can be expected Wednesday making it feel a little more blustery and like January.
Temperatures will drop more smartly into Wednesday night/Thursday morning with lows approaching the 40° mark.
Wind chills come Thursday morning will probably dip into the mid-upper 30s.
Mostly sunny and cool weather is anticipated for our Thursday with high temperatures limited to the mid-upper 50s.
A winter chill is expected Thursday night into Friday morning with readings likely dipping into the mid-upper 30s...and there could be some patchy frost in spots, in particular more rural areas come Friday morning.
Friday will bring fair to partly cloudy skies with temperatures topping out right near normal: 63°.
Clouds and milder afternoon temperatures reaching the lower 70s are anticipated for the weekend ahead of our next front that will probably produce scattered showers, perhaps a few thunderstorms late Saturday night ending early Sunday.
Cooler weather will follow early next week only to moderate back to a mild and potentially wetter scenarios toward the end of the week.
See the KATC 10 Day Forecast for the latest.
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