A weak frontal boundary will move through the area late tonight which will pave the way for nice and slightly cooler conditions on Monday.
Low temperatures tonight into Monday morning will be falling into the lower and mid-50s across the region.
Mostly sunny skies are anticipated through the course of Monday afternoon as highs settle in a little cooler into the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Clouds will start to build into the region on Tuesday ahead of our next cold front.
A brief shower or two will be possible late in the day on Tuesday as highs top out in the middle and upper 70s.
A better chance to see scattered showers and a few thunderstorms will come overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday.
As of now, the severe threat appears low, but we will keep an eye on it for you.
Front will continue pushing through on Wednesday, but no drastic changes in our temperatures are expected behind this front.
Temperatures will start out in the mid to upper 50s on Thanksgiving morning before climbing into the mid-70s by the afternoon.
We should stay on the dry side throughout the entirety of the day, but expect clouds and at least some amounts of moisture to increase by later on in the day.
The pattern once again turns unsettled and active heading into Black Friday and much of next weekend as a deeper upper-level trough and an area of low pressure approach the region.
A stronger cold front will move through the area sometime late next weekend which will help to not only dry us out but also cool us off a decent amount for the first week of December.
Have a great week, y'all!
In the tropics: No threats to Acadiana.
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