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Per nearly all our computer model guidance, areas of dense fog will likely form across Acadiana overnight through Friday morning with visibility in spots dropping to near zero by daybreak.
After several sunny and seasonably cool days for Acadiana this week, the weekend promises changes in the weather pattern with plenty of clouds, some showers and a few storms, and a healthy temperature spread from Saturday to Sunday.
Acadiana stayed on a nice seasonable winter roll Thursday as temperatures reached the upper 50s to 60 degrees in a few spots under mostly sunny skies. More of the same is expected to tomorrow, but there will probably be more high clouds mixing with the sun from time to time.
After a gloomy period going back to Christmas, much of Acadiana got to see sunshine Friday, and there’s plenty more on the way for a good part of the weekend.
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Our weather will be on repeat the next couple days as an upper level high is situated over the region.
That means we will see more sunny skies Monday and Tuesday with highs in the low to mid 80s.
High pressure will continue to be in place out in the Gulf creating more sun filled days for Acadiana Sunday through Tuesday.
But as the high slides to the east a little and provides us a WSW flow temperatures will be warming up as highs will climb into the low to mid 80s and overnight lows will bottom out around the lower 60s.
Sub-Tropical Storm Oscar formed in the Central Atlantic Friday night.
The forecast for Acadiana this weekend is simply outstanding and sunny with a fresh and cool start Saturday morning, finishing up with temperatures in the balmy low to mid 80s Sunday afternoon.
A storm system crossing along coastal Louisiana overnight into early Thursday will bring a good soaking to Acadiana with rain and a few embedded storms likely.
After a rainy, dreary day across Acadiana Tuesday, there will be a short respite from the precipitation before a stronger storm system ushers in heavier rains late Wednesday night into Thursday.
Cloudy, gray skies will continue for Acadiana for a good part of the week with showers a fairly good bet Tuesday along with steadier and heavier rains developing late Wednesday into early Thursday.
The weather for Acadiana this weekend will be outstanding, and if you find yourself out standing in the weather, don’t forget the sunblock and a hat!
If you liked temperatures in the low to mid 60s Thursday morning, you are going to love temperatures dropping into the low-mid 50s for Friday