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Temperatures continue to run above normal; Rain chances up slightly for Saturday

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Posted at 4:19 PM, Nov 06, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-06 17:19:22-05

Welcome to the weekend!

Temperatures will be falling through the 60s overnight and into Saturday morning as some clouds build in after midnight.

Some areas of patchy fog will be possible as well.

Partly to mostly cloudy skies can be expected for Saturday as a few scattered showers (isolated t-storm?) develop through the course of the afternoon in response to a weakness aloft that will be moving through the area.

Rain chances will sit at 30% as highs settle into the upper 70s to lower 80s.

Similar story can be said for Sunday as we see a mixture of sun and clouds with high temperatures close to 80. Rain chances will be back down slightly to around 20% but an isolated storm will still be possible.

Humidity will also be on the increase this weekend as dew points climb into the mid to upper 60s.

Warmer weather will look to continue for the better part of next week as high temperatures remain in the lower 80s.

Rain chances will also stay fairly minimal through next week as mainly sunny to partly cloudy skies remain in place.

Y'all have a great weekend!

In the tropics: Tropical depression Eta has reemerged back into the Caribbean Sea where it is expected to become a tropical storm once again.

The track has it impacting Cuba this weekend before heading toward south Florida into early next week.

Heavy rainfall and gusty winds will be their main concern.

It is then forecasted to move into the southeastern Gulf by late Monday and into Tuesday as it maintains tropical storm strength.

A brief period of category one strength while in the southern Gulf can not be ruled out.

It will then meander around the eastern Gulf for a couple of days before trying to move farther northward and potentially toward the Florida panhandle.

We are still about a week out from that occurring, so we will have plenty of time to watch, but at this point, it continues to present no threat to Acadiana.

Continue to stay with the katc storm team for the very latest.

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