Overall, a pretty quiet pattern will continue across Acadiana as temperatures increase slightly into Friday.
Temperatures overnight and into Friday morning will be falling into the lower to mid-50s across the region with mainly clear skies in place.
Mostly sunny skies anticipated for Friday as high temperatures reach the upper 70s.
A shortwave trough will be moving across the region this weekend and that, coupled with slightly higher moisture content will help to generate at least a few showers, but rain chances remain no better than 20-30%.
Partly to mostly cloudy skies can be expected as highs settle into the mid-70s.
Warming trend will continue for the better part of next week as highs run above normal into the lower 80s as rain chances remain minimal across the area.
Next front would not look to arrive until sometime late next week and into next weekend.
We will continue to track how the pattern evolves in the coming days.
Y'all have a good one!
In the tropics: Tropical Depression Eta is set to reemerge back into the Caribbean Sea where it is expected to regain tropical storm status on Friday.
It is then forecasted to impact Cuba and eventually south Florida through the weekend and into next week.
After that, it is expected to reach the southeastern Gulf where further strengthening could take place as conditions appear favorable for development.
It is still way too early to say where it will eventually make landfall late next week since we are still over a week out.
We will of course continue to closely monitor and keep you updated in the days ahead.
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