As Cristobal departs the region, drier air will follow in the days ahead.
Cristobal is making its way out of the state, but showers and storms on the southern side are lingering around this Monday afternoon. A few heavy downpours and breezy conditions are expected through the rest of the afternoon and into the evening.
It'll be a muggy/sticky night across Acadiana as lows only drop into the upper 70s... yuck!
Most of us will stay on the drier side as we head through Tuesday, but we'll keep a 20% chance for an isolated afternoon storm or two. Otherwise, it'll be a hot and humid day with a little bit of a breeze as highs top out in the lower 90s.
We'll keep an eye on late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning for some scattered storms that will be moving through Acadiana ahead of a "cool" front. Some storms may be on the stronger side. Not looking at drastic changes in our temperatures or anything like that, but it will help to bring our dew point values down which will help to dry us out.
The rest of the week and this upcoming weekend looks great as mainly sunny skies return to the region and rain chances will be all but zeroed out. Y'all enjoy!