Dec 2, 2013 11:47 PM by Rob Perillo
A return flow from the Gulf of Mexico has been not only bringing warmer temperatures to Acadiana, but plenty of low-level moisture as well.
This flow brought mostly cloudy skies to the area Monday and will likely allow for foggy conditions for Tuesday morning.
A Dense Fog Advisory was issued for all of Acadiana through Tuesday morning with the fog likely to be slow to burn off through mid-morning.
Plenty of clouds will persist through Tuesday afternoon but a few intervals of sun will likely push temperatures into the mid-upper 70s for an afternoon high.
Another round of fog will likely be in the mix overnight Tuesday into Wednesday and perhaps again Wednesday night into Thursday.
Rain chances should remain below 20% through Wednesday in spite of the mostly cloudy skies.
A frontal system will approach the area Friday allowing for increasing rain chances Thursday into Friday.
The front will likely stall along the coast this weekend allowing for lingering cloud cover and likely some rain chances, perhaps lasting until early next week.
Daytime highs will likely persit in the mid-upper 70s through Thursday.
After a balmy week it will be much cooler this weekend with highs closer to the 40s to lower 50s with overnight lows dropping into the upper 30s to lower 40s.