Scattered light showers/drizzle/mist will be wrapping up across Acadiana this evening into the overnight hours.
It will be a cold and breezy start on Wednesday with lows in the upper 30s to lower 40s but feel like temperatures will be closer to the freezing mark so have the heavy jacket ready and maybe even the hats and gloves.
During the afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine but thanks to a steady north breeze at 10-15 mph that will help to pull down more cool air as highs stay in the mid to upper 50s.
It will be another chilly morning on Thursday with lows in the upper 30s to lower 40s again.
Clouds move back over the region Thursday afternoon keeping temperatures on the cooler side in the upper 50s to near 60.
Thursday night into Friday a few isolated showers will be possible for portions of Iberia and St. Mary parishes as a low pressure system develops in the Gulf and heads for the mouth of the Mississippi.
As this low moves into Mississippi and Alabama on Friday we will have a fair amount of clouds wrap around the system and over Acadiana but temperatures will be a tad warmer in the mid 60s.
The weekend looks gorgeous with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 70s.
Some clouds will begin to move back into Acadiana Sunday evening along with a few stray showers ahead of our next front.
This strong cold front looks to sweep through Acadiana Monday afternoon producing scattered showers and maybe a couple thunderstorms.
A few showers could linger behind the front into Tuesday morning but like today the bigger story on Tuesday will be the winter-like air returning to South Louisiana.
Highs next Tuesday and Wednesday will only be in the mid 50s and morning lows will dip into the low to mid 30s.