The quiet and warmer weather pattern will continue into Sunday.
Low temperatures overnight into Sunday morning will be falling back into the lower and mid-50s across the region.
We will see fair to mainly sunny skies throughout Sunday afternoon as highs once again top out into the upper 70s.
A weak, dry front will push through the area late Sunday night and into early Monday morning.
This will cool us off ever so slightly heading into Monday afternoon as highs come back into the lower 70s with sunny skies expected.
Clouds and a few isolated showers will be building throughout Tuesday ahead of our next weather system/front.
Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms will be a good bet Tuesday night and into Wednesday.
This front will likely help to clear things out in time for Thanksgiving.
Temperatures don't appear to drop off too significantly behind this front..
As of now, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with highs settling into the lower and mid-70s for Thanksgiving afternoon.
The upper-level pattern will then quickly turn active heading into Black Friday and next weekend providing a decent chance to see scattered showers and storms.
A stronger front will then look to progress through the area late next weekend which could usher in a early winter chill to the area.
Keep in mind that is still 7-10 days out, so we will monitor how the pattern evolves in the coming days.
Have a great rest of the weekend and enjoy the nice conditions out there!
In the tropics: All is quiet with no threats to Acadiana.
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