Another chill night for Acadiana as morning lows Sunday will dip down into the upper 30s to lower 40s.
And we will get an extra hour of cooling tonight as Daylight Saving Time ends meaning we turn back the clocks at 2am.
For those early risers the sun will now be coming up at 6:23 in the morning but on the flip side it will start getting dark super early with sunset at 5:20 pm.
Sunday looks to be a fantastic day with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 60s, but with winds on the light side it will feel warmer.
We continue to warm up into the work week with highs Monday in the upper 60s to near 70, followed by temperatures climbing into the low to mid 70s Tuesday through Thursday.
Even at night it will not be as chilly with morning lows Monday in the mid 40s, while we will stay in the 50s on Tuesday and Wednesday morning.
Our next chance for rain is not until Thursday afternoon/evening when a cold front swings through the region producing scattered showers and maybe a few thunderstorms.
This front is shaping up to be another strong front with temperatures quickly falling once the front pushes east with highs on Friday holding in the 50s all day with lots of high clouds lingering over Acadiana.
It will also be breezy on Friday making for another chilly night of high school football.
The cool, fall-like weather will last through next weekend with highs holding in the mid 50s and lower 60s.