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Staying cloudy ahead of a midweek front

A fairly quiet pattern over the last several days will have one more familiar forecast before some changes arrive in the form of another cold front.

The atmosphere will continue to get primed for the arrival of the front with strong winds coming in off the Gulf of Mexico through the afternoon.

Temperatures will be in the upper 70s again Wednesday afternoon and moisture coming along with those southerly winds will keep the humidity up.

Clouds will linger through the night into Wednesday with a few scattered showers through the day before the front arrives in the evening.

This front will bring along with it showers and storms which will last through the night Wednesday and all day Thursday.

Outside of being an annoyance the showers aren’t expected to be that bad, and any thunderstorms will stay below severe levels.

Once the front finally passes we’ll get a nice cool down which will last through the weekend and into next week.

Daniel Phillips

Daniel Phillips

Received a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from Florida State University, and worked in Colorado before landing in Lafayette. Morning meteorologist for KATC, along with reporting for What's Your Story. Interested in coastal and environmental stories, and stories highlighting Louisiana's rich culture.
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