A fast moving shortwave low will scoot across the Louisiana coast later tonight bringing scattered showers to Acadiana through the overnight hours.
A few showers could linger into the morning but most of the rain will slide off to the east by lunchtime.
Once the showers end it will still be cloudy but temperatures will be on the rise climbing into the upper 60s to near 70 during the afternoon.
Moving into the new week the gloomy and rainy pattern looks to continue as a few hit or miss showers will be possible Monday afternoon/evening.
More scattered showers will develop over Acadiana on Tuesday as a cold front slowly inches down over the region.
The front will slide out into the Gulf by Wednesday morning ushering in cooler temperatures in the 50s for most of Wednesday afternoon.
To go along with the cool temperatures there will be the chance for on and off showers behind the front so keep the umbrella handy.
Another upper level low swings into the region on Thursday producing more rounds of showers and it will still be cold with temperatures holding in the 40s.
Just like this past week we might get one sunny day on Friday with below normal temperatures in the mid 50s.
Looking ahead to next weekend there are still some questions but the latest long range models are showing clouds moving back over the region with the slight chance for a few showers possible both Saturday and Sunday.