The rains have ended but its still a cool and damp day with lingering clouds.
Tonight the damp conditions will lead to fog developing and becoming quite thick by Monday morning as visibility will drop below half a mile.
The fog will slowly mix out and give way to partly cloudy skies Monday afternoon warming temperatures into the low to mid 60s.
High clouds stream back over the bayou state on Tuesday ahead of our next low pressure system.
This system will swing through Acadiana late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning producing a few scattered showers.
The rains should push off to the east by Wednesday morning but it will be a cloudy day with highs in the lower 60s.
Thursday won't be much better as the clouds stick around holding temperatures on the cool side in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
Then on Friday another low pressure system will develop in the Gulf sending more scattered showers over South Louisiana.
Good news is the rains will move out Friday night setting up a nice weekend with lots of sunshine warming temperatures into the mid 60s on Saturday and pushing the upper 60s on Sunday.