Happy Saturday everyone! A relatively nice day today across Acadiana as high temperatures climbed into the upper 80s and close to 90 area wide.
Another pleasant evening as lows tonight drop into the upper 60s to around 70 degrees under fair skies.
Sunday will start off on the quiet side before we see clouds building by the afternoon. Our winds will be out of the east tomorrow afternoon, so that may help to spark off a few isolated storms or two. Rain chances will still only sit at around the 20-30% range as most of us should remain on the drier side. The best area to see storms on Sunday will be mainly south of I-10 where the sea breeze effect will be stronger. Otherwise, expect a sun and cloud mix as high temperatures top out at around 90 degrees.
High pressure will then begin to dominate our weather for the first part of the work week. As a result, expect our high temperatures to soar into the middle 90s as our rain chances remain low (<10%) through Wednesday.
We will then start to see high pressure move off toward our east by late week which will establish a more southerly flow into the region. This will increase our humidity by late week and into next weekend. Typical daily rain chances will also make a return on the back side of that 10-day forecast. Y'all have a great rest of the weekend!
In the tropics: No new developments expected in at least the next 5 days.