After a chilly night in the 40s Saturday night, milder temperatures are in the forecast over the next week to 10 days for Acadiana, with plenty of clouds and some shower activity in the forecast for time to time.
Expect temperatures across the area to drop into the lot to mid-40s in most spots Sunday morning under partly to at times mostly cloudy skies.
This could be the last night in a while (perhaps a very long while) that we see lows in the 40s in Acadiana...well at least over the next couple of weeks anyway.
Our Sunday will be comprised of breezy and milder conditions under partly sunny skies...a pretty nice day.
Highs Sunday will top- out in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Temperatures won't be as cool Sunday night with lows closer to the mid-upper 50s.
More clouds and a series of week disturbances will move across the area Monday into Tuesday allowing for a few scattered showers on these days...but rain chances should be 40% or less and no "wash-outs" expected.
Temperatures Monday will rise into the low-mid 70s and push upper 70s Tuesday and there appears to be no looking back!
Much of next week and likely into the weekend will remain mostly cloudy, with some intervals of afternoon sunshine possible Wednesday through Saturday.
During this period on any given day there may be a few isolated showers, but rain chances stay mostly near the 20% or less range...fog could be issues on some nights with overnight/morning lows getting back into the low-mid 60s.
Daytime highs from Wednesday through Sunday will be in the upper 70s and may push past 80 on a few days depending on the limited sunshine we may see.
Today's Euro Model shows all nearby fronts stalling north of the area and then ebbing and flowing north and south, but not clearing the area through the extend outlook.
It appears that spring has sprung in the KATC 10 Day Forecast!
And a friendly reminder...do not forget to set you clocks forward one hour Saturday night as we head into Daylight Saving Time Sunday!