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Scattered Storms Monday; Cooler and Drier for rest of next week

Posted at 5:17 PM, Sep 27, 2020

Welcome to a new week! Overnight low temperatures into Monday will be a bit warmer into the lower 70s under mainly clear skies.

We will start out warm and humid through Monday morning as clouds start to build into the region.

Scattered showers and storms will push through the area close to lunchtime and into the early afternoon time frame in response to a cold frontal passage.

No severe weather is expected, but brief heavy downpours and gusty winds may accompany some of the storms that move through.

By late in the afternoon and evening, we will certainly start to feel the difference here across Acadiana.

Winds will pick up from out of the north late on Monday, so expect a breezy Monday evening as temperatures begin to fall as well.

Low temperatures waking up on Tuesday morning will be in the upper 50s to close to 60 degrees!

Plenty of sunshine and cooler temperatures can then be expected for the rest of this week.

In fact, into late week we will see a second reinforcing front push through the area which will keep the fall-like weather rolling into next weekend as well!

We have patiently been waiting for this moment, and alas it is here! Enjoy!

In the tropics: No new developments expected in at least the next 5 days.

As we approach early October, we will focus more on the Bay of Campeche and Western Caribbean, but nothing brewing at this time.