A cold front will be sweeping through later tonight helping to deliver on some scattered, light showers.
The showers that move through will be light in nature and essentially just enough to wet the ground.
Pretty great sleeping weather if you ask me!
All of the heavy precipitation and severe weather will remain well off to our north.
Some linger shower activity will be possible at daybreak tomorrow morning, particular for SE portions of Acadiana.
Otherwise, most of us will already be dry as the skies begin to clear.
After some early morning cloud cover, expect mainly sunny skies throughout the rest of your Sunday.
It will be slightly cooler behind the front.
Lows will only drop back into the upper 50s to lower 60s, but afternoon highs will only be climbing into the middle 60s.
Winds will stay breezy, but the difference from Saturday is that they will be coming out of the northwest helping to usher in fresher, drier air.
Gusts at times may exceed 25 mph..
It will then be back to a winter chill overnight Sunday into Monday morning as temperatures fall back into the upper 30s to lower 40s across the area.
The upcoming week will start out on the cool, but nice side as plentiful sunshine can be expected on Monday as highs top out in the mid-50s.
Mainly sunny skies will be in store for Tuesday (Groundhog's Day) and Wednesday with starts for both days in the 30s as afternoon highs top out in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
Milder conditions will ensue for the back half of the week before another front arrives on Friday, bringing with it another round of some rain.
Y'all have a great rest of the weekend!
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