After a rough 24-36 hours dealing with Hurricane Delta, drier air will now look to filter into the region.
Overnight low temperatures will drop back into the upper 60s under mainly clear skies.
Patchy fog will be possible prior to sunrise, so be on the lookout for that if you will be out and about early Sunday morning.
Mainly sunny skies will dominate on Sunday as high temperatures top out a little warmer into the upper 80s.
It is advised that you stay plenty hydrated throughout the day if you will be working on the recovery and cleanup efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Delta.
Rest of the forecast looks good with no significant rain chances in the 10-day.
A seasonable cold front will look to move through by late week which will give way to pleasant weather next weekend.
On a side note, keep in mind that there are safety measures you can take to avoid post-storm injury and/or death.
It is important to run generators in an open-spaced, open-ventilated area.
Never run them in the house or in the garage because carbon monoxide poisoning is deadly.
Also, try not to venture out into flooded areas because you never know what is lurking in the water.
You may encounter downed power lines or even displaced wildlife.
In the tropics: One small area in the central Atlantic has a 20% chance to develop in the next five days.
It poses no threat to Acadiana at this time.
Still a few weeks left of what seems like a never-ending hurricane season. We will get through this together!