No surprise another Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for most of Acadiana tonight as fog will start developing around 9-10 o'clock this evening and thicken through the overnight hours dropping visibility below half a mile.
Like Tuesday the fog will gradually lift and we could even get a few peeks of sunshine Wednesday afternoon warming temperatures into the mid to upper 70s.
It will be another foggy night Wednesday into Thursday morning.
Late Thursday morning into Thursday afternoon a weak cool front will try to dive south through Acadiana.
As this front works through the area a few isolated showers are possible along the front.
Even with the front it will still be warm and humid on Thursday with highs in the mid 70s.
Friday will also be a Spring-like day with warm and muggy conditions as temperatures climb into the low to mid 70s.
Saturday will start off warm and sticky but during the late morning into the afternoon our next cold front will sweep across the region.
This front could produce a few scattered showers but the bigger story is the colder air that will be swinging down behind the front giving us a taste of winter again.
Even with partly cloudy skies Sunday afternoon highs will only top out in the upper 50s.
And the cold temperatures will continue into next week as highs will stay below normal in the low to mid 50s Monday through Wednesday.
It could even get quite cold come Tuesday and Wednesday morning with lows dipping down close to the freezing mark.
Temperatures could warm up slightly to the lower 60s by the end of next week as slight rain chances return to the forecast.