The clouds have finally begun to break this afternoon and will continue to clear tonight allowing temperatures to drop into the upper 40s to lower 50s by Sunday morning.
Also, with the ground still quite damp from all the rain on Friday areas of patchy fog will be possible Sunday morning.
After the cool start it will turn into a beautiful fall day with lots of sunshine warming temperatures into the low to mid 70s Sunday afternoon.
We will stay mild into the first half of next week with highs Monday through Wednesday in the upper 70s to near 80.
Tuesday afternoon moisture will start to slide off the Gulf and over South Louisiana leading to a few hit or miss showers.
Rain chances increase to about 60-70% on Wednesday as the Gulf moisture gets a little extra energy racing out ahead of our next cold front.
The front then slides through Acadiana on Thursday producing another round of scattered showers.
Hopefully, the front will swing off to the east in time to create a dry treat-or-treat but it will be a close call as a few light showers could linger behind the front into Thursday evening.
Then behind the front it looks like some very cool air is heading for Acadiana and could be sticking around for several days with highs Friday through Sunday only in the low to mid 60s with morning lows dipping into the low to mid 40s.