A dense fog advisory has been issued for most of Acadiana until 9 am Tuesday morning as visibility will be at or below one mile.
As the fog continues to thicken tonight into Tuesday morning times of mist or drizzle will also be possible.
Gradually the fog will mix out but it will still be overcast with a few isolated showers possible, mainly north of the interstate, as a stationary front will be located near the mid section of the state.
What you will notice on Tuesday is that it will fell quite muggy with temperatures in the mid 70s.
Heavy fog will redevelop Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
Wednesday looks mostly cloudy and dry but still warm and humid with highs in the upper 70s.
It stays warm and sticky on Thursday but we are watching a weak cool front that will try to slide down over the region maybe sparking off a few stay showers.
The cool front will switch back to a warm front on Friday and lift to the north creating another spring-like day with highs in the upper 70s with partly sunny skies.
The warm and humid pattern ends Saturday as our next cold front swings through Acadiana.
Latest models are trending drier as this fronts slides through Acadiana but a few scattered showers can not be ruled out Saturday afternoon.
However, what you will notice behind this front is our temperatures dropping as lows Sunday morning will dip into the mid 40s.
Sunday looks to be a cool Winter day with highs in the mid to upper 50s with partly cloudy skies.
And the cold air will stick around for much of next week as highs Monday through Thursday only top out in the low to mid 50s.
Good news is due to a fair amount of clouds next week overnight lows won't be too cold but it will still be chilly with lows in the upper 30s to lower 40s.