A weakening frontal boundary will fizzle across Acadiana Saturday night allowing for the chance of scattered showers, but best rain and thunderstorm chances will be confined to the Gulf of Mexico.
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In the wake of those showers, more stable air will move into the region Sunday allowing for a partly sunny skies and overall, a pretty nice day.
After morning start in the vicinity of the lower 60s, high temperatures Sunday will be in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.
Expect northeasterly winds Sunday to allow for slightly lower humidity, but winds will turn back around out of the southeast Monday along with a return of Gulf moisture.
Another nice day is expected for Monday although there could be a few showers developing late in the day and or into the evening as warmer and more humid air returns from the Gulf of Mexico.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be quite warm and humid with temperatures pushing the mid-upper 80s...and some spots across northern portions of Acadiana possibly approaching 90 degrees Wednesday!
A cool front will likely generate a good chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday into Thursday night followed by a few quick systems that could generate showers into next weekend...but activity should be moving along and not last more than a few hours and should be mostly scattered in nature.
Fortunately there are no overt severe weather threats for Acadiana at this time...thankfully, it's been a quiet severe weather season.