Oct 22, 2013 10:27 AM by Dave Baker

Cooler Nights Ahead

A weak cold front pushed through early today helping to clear out the clouds.  Sun and clouds mixed today with highs still reaching the upper 70s.  Drier air filters in, so with lower dew point temperatures, lows tonight will drop back into the lower 50s.

Another blast of cool and dry air will slide in tomorrow behind an "Alberta Clipper" type system.  These cool fronts quickly drop from central Canada and keep conditions cool and dry.  Temperatures will still be able to reach the 70s during the day for the remainder of the week, but night time lows may be dipping into the 40s for the next several nights.

Temperatures will modify by the weekend, but skies are to remain mostly sunny.  Normal temperatures for the rest of October are 70s for highs and mid 50s for lows.



Meteorologist Dave Baker-Good Morning Acadiana


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