Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms likely through this evening and overnight into Thursday morning.
Our next upper-level feature continues to approach the region from the west with surface low pressure being induced out ahead of it.
As a result, scattered showers and a few storms are moving in across Acadiana this afternoon and will last through the overnight period.
Most areas will pick up close to a half an inch of rainfall, but some localized higher amounts will be possible, especially along the coast where 1-1.5" could be possible.
Breezy conditions will continue this evening and overnight tonight with winds gusting to around 25-30 mph at times.
Misty conditions and some light showers will be possible throughout Thursday afternoon, but otherwise, expect plenty of cloud cover out there.
Temperatures will be starting out in the upper 50s close to 60 degrees on Thursday morning before struggling to climb into the mid-60s throughout the day.
Friday will be drier and cooler on the backside of those features, but lingering cloud cover will persist. Temperatures will only top out in the mid to upper 50s on Friday afternoon.
Upcoming weekend looks good with anywhere from fair to partly cloudy skies in place.
Lows on Saturday will start out in the mid to upper 30s with highs climbing into the upper 50s close to 60.
Ever so slightly milder for Sunday with a start in the 40s as high temperatures settle into the lower 60s across Acadiana.
The weather pattern looks to remain fairly quiet for the better part of next week with no major weather systems on the horizon.