Mar 5, 2014 6:54 PM by Rob Perillo
Acadiana's respite from the wet weather will be short-lived as another quick-moving upper level disturbance in Texas rolls southeastward into Louisiana Wednesday night into Thursday.
This system will engender the development of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico Thursday where highest rain chances and the risk of thunderstorms will materialize.
Showers will develop through Wednesday evening across Eastern Texas and Central Louisiana and will move across the area through Thursday.
Highest rain chances will be overnight with showers diminishing by midday Thursday. Moisture levels are not that high in the atmosphere so mostly light rain-shower activity is expected.
The upper level system will be slow to move through Acadiana so plenty of clouds and below nomral temperatures are expected through Thursday night.
Highs Thursday will be near 50 with breezy north-northwest winds making it feel that much cooler.
Skies will clear Thursday night with temperatures dropping into the upper 30s Friday morning.
Mostly sunny skies Friday will allow temperatures to warm back into the low-mid 60s...finally a nice day!
The weekend through early next week looks unsettled but mild. Clouds will increase Saturday with the risk of scattered showers Sunday through Tuesday.
Daytime highs this weekend will be near 70 with low-mid 70s possible through mid-next week...it will cool again later next week, but spring is fast approaching...officially on the calender in two weeks, March 20th!