Good Friday eve everyone! It has a been a cloudy and cool Thursday as the remnants of Beta continue to push out of the area.
Temperatures overnight tonight and into Friday morning will drop back into the mid 60s across the area with clouds sticking around.
A few more peaks of sunshine will be possible through the day on Friday although we will still have to contend with some cloud cover.
Rain chances will be slim to none as highs struggle to reach the lower 80s.
More sunshine and less cloud cover will return in time for the weekend as high temperatures rebound to the upper 80s.
Rain chances remain low this weekend, so hopefully you'll be able to get out and enjoy the nicer weather especially after a soggy past weekend.
Rain chances will get re-introduced on Monday as the first of two cold fronts moves through the area.
Cooler and drier air will persist for the rest of the week with a re-enforcing front poised to move in for late next week and into next weekend.
We'll be talking highs in the low to mid 70s with overnight lows in the mid 50s. Just in time for the start of October.
In the Tropics: No new developments expected in the next 5 days.
As per usual for late September and early October, we will be keeping an eye on the Caribbean Sea for possible development down the road.
But for now, Acadiana is in good shape with no tropical threats looming.